One University, Four Schools Immersed in the Real World
Point Park University in Downtown Pittsburgh is home to four schools offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in a wide range of fields and disciplines. Distinguished by rigor and excellence, our classrooms are immersed in the real world — filled with hands-on opportunities, state-of-the-art facilities and faculty who teach based on years of experience working in their industry.
Wherever your interests lie, you'll have the opportunity to pursue them at Point Park — and graduate prepared to thrive within your chosen career field.
Discover the variety of undergraduate and graduate programs we offer within our four schools:
Conservatory of Performing Arts
Study acting, animation and visual effects, cinema production, dance, musical theatre, screenwriting or stage-management from internationally-recognized industry professionals in one of the top programs of its kind in the nation. We also offer an M.F.A. in screenwriting and playwriting. Learn more about the Conservatory of Performing Arts.
Rowland School of Business
Learn about our bachelor's degrees in accounting, business management, HR management, public administration, sports, arts and entertainment management and more. On the graduate side, we offer an MBA and a fully online M.S. in health care administration and management. Learn more about the Rowland School of Business.
School of Arts and Sciences
Explore our career-oriented undergraduate and graduate programs in criminal justice, education, engineering, forensic science, humanities, intelligence and national security, literary arts, natural sciences, psychology, social justice and social sciences. Learn more about the School of Arts and Sciences.
School of Communication
Launch your communications career with a degree in the area of broadcasting, environmental journalism, journalism, multimedia, photography or public relations and advertising. Advance as a communicator with a master's in communication technology or media communication or earn an M.A./M.B.A. dual degree. Learn more about the School of Communication.