College of Business Administration
Undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration enjoy a world-class academic program provided by the faculty of the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business. Program features include an emphasis on global opportunities, experience-based learning initiatives, and diverse networking and internship opportunities. The nearly 2,100 undergraduate students currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration are majoring in accounting, finance, general management, global management, or marketing.
Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business
The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business is recognized as a local, national, and global leader in business education and research. The school delivers a high quality business education that stresses experience-based learning, globalization, entrepreneurship, and collaboration to ensure to its more than 900 students’ success in a competitive, global marketplace.
The school offers one-year, two-year, professional, and executive MBA programs, a Master of Science in Accounting, and a PhD program that will to become productive research-oriented faculty members. The school also supports the corporate community with its Center for Executive Education, which provides custom business education and leadership development programs.
Dean Arjang Assad
Dr. Arjang A. Assad is the Henry E. Haller Jr. Dean of the University of Pittsburgh Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration.
- CBA Scholarship Fund
- Dean’s Excellence Fund
- James Rossell Faculty Fellowship Fund
- Alumnae Scholarship Fund
Director of Annual Programs
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Senior Executive Director of Development