University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, also known as Pitt-Bradford or UPB, is a four-year, baccalaureate degree-granting, state-related university institution

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is a regional, residential campus of the University of Pittsburgh located in Bradford, Pennsylvania. Pitt-Bradford was listed among the Best Baccalaureate Colleges in the North by U.S. News & World Report in its “America’s Best Colleges 2010” annual college guide, is named to the list of “Best Colleges in the Northeastern Region” by The Princeton Review, and ranked 8th in the nation for satellite campuses with impressive reputations of their own in 2013 by The Best Colleges.
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford offers more than 40 majors, several pre-professional programs and two graduate programs, including a Master’s of Nursing and a Master’s of Social Work.

The most popular majors are business management, nursing, education, criminal justice, and biology. In addition to liberal arts and sciences such as English, history/political science, biology and chemistry, the university offers professional programs in business management, entrepreneurship, nursing, accounting, broadcast communications and hospitality management.

Many students can also take advantage of internships or research opportunities thanks to many partnerships the university has with area businesses and industries.

At Pitt-Bradford, the faculty/student ratio is 13:1 and the average class size is 17.

The Bradford campus also offers the Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville campus.