|university of pittsburgh|
|a university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|
university of pittsburgh
coeducational state system of higher learning in Pennsylvania, U.S., comprising a main campus in Pittsburgh and branches in Bradford, Greensburg, Johnstown, and Titusville. The Pittsburgh campus is a comprehensive research institution of higher learning and includes 16 schools that offer more than 360 degree programs. Among these schools are those of Medicine, Dental Medicine, Law, Engineering, and Social Work. The university offers a broad range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs. Research facilities affiliated with the main campus include the Learning Research and Development Center and the Pymatuning Laboratory of Ecology. The Johnstown campus is a four-year college with a liberal arts and sciences and engineering curriculum. The branches in Bradford and Greensburg are both four-year liberal arts colleges. The Titusville branch is a junior college. Total enrollment for the system is approximately 31,400
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