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2021-2022 Greensburg Campus Catalog 
  Jan 31, 2023
2021-2022 Greensburg Campus Catalog [Archived Catalog]

School of Health and Rehabilitation Science (Pittsburgh Campus)

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Students interested in Athletic Training, Clinical Dietetics and Nutrition, Communication Science and Disorders, Emergency Medicine, Health Information Management, and Rehabilitation Science should complete two years of study at Pitt-Greensburg before relocating to the Pittsburgh campus. The above programs are junior-senior programs that admit students after they have successfully completed 60 credits. As part of the relocation process, students must apply on a competitive basis for admission to the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

The required courses during the first two years differ for each of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences majors, but typically include courses in biology, chemistry, statistics, and psychology as well as general education courses in composition, mathematics, and public speaking. See the lists below for details.

Students will be expected to maintain a minimum GPA of 2.50 and earn at least a C- in all required courses unless otherwise noted. Interested students should consult with their academic advisors during the first semester at Greensburg about course selection and relocation procedures. Information on School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences majors may also be found at

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