Schools

Chatham’s bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees are organized into four schools: the School of Health Sciences; the Falk School of Sustainability and Environment; the School of Arts, Science, and Business; and the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

School of Health Sciences

For over 20 years, Chatham School of Health Sciences graduates have been leaders in providing culturally sensitive, evidence-based care; identifying and acting on areas ripe for innovation; and educating the next generation of practitioners.

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Falk School of Sustainability & Environment

Chatham is one of the top universities in the world for the study of sustainability. Our Falk School of Sustainability & Environment is located on the world’s first campus built from the ground up for the study of sustainability—Eden Hall Campus. Our students focus on the impacts between a wide range of systems and communities, working side-by-side with faculty on projects that make a difference in the world.

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School of Arts, Science & Business

Students come to Chatham to study arts, science, business, communication, and education because our programs blend small class sizes with entry into vibrant communities and networks throughout Pittsburgh and across the country. Students benefit from the resources of the Falk School of Sustainability & Environment and the School of Health Sciences, offering opportunities that go far beyond a standard liberal arts education toward solid professional preparation.

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School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Chatham’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) provides innovative online degree, certificate, and non-credit academic programs for working people of all skill and knowledge levels. SCPS offers graduate and undergraduate low-residency and distance learning programs in Nursing, Health Sciences, Business & Communication, Creative & Design Arts, and Education.

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