Sustainablity and leadership are mantras Chatham University students learn in this unique school with 3 very different campus locations in and around Pittsburgh

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Chatham University, located in Pittsburgh, was once a women’s college, but is now fully coeducational. Both male and female students are eligible for admission into the school’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Some degree programs are offered through the university’s Falk School of Sustainability and its College for Continuing and Professional Studies, which also offers certificate and noncredit academic programs. The university offers about 40 undergraduate degree programs, and students can also design their own major or minor.

Through the Integrated Degree Program, students can earn both a bachelor's and a master's degree in five years. For their graduate studies, students can pursue degrees in the arts, science, business and health at Chatham, or they can earn a degree through Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, which partners with Chatham for the program. 

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