You won’t find every area of study at Chatham University—which means you can rest assured of our excellence in the areas we do offer. Chatham (and Chatham’s graduates) are known nationwide for our expertise in the study and practice of health and sustainability, business and communications, and the arts and sciences. But don’t take our word for it—come get a taste of Chatham’s academics for yourself.
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Undergraduate Degrees

Have you known what you want to study since you were ten? Are you planning to explore by taking classes in a number of areas? Wherever you are in thinking about your future course of study, at Chatham you’ll find a wide, deep range of fascinating classes that will challenge and inspire you. Follow your passion, pick up a side interest, make yourself stand out from the crowd—it’s all right here.

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Graduate Degrees

A graduate degree from Chatham University sets you apart through our emphasis on project-based, experiential learning that shows employers that you’re not only capable, you’re accomplished; through our small class sizes and personalized attention; and through our many connections across the Pittsburgh region and beyond.

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Online Programs

When you participate in an online program at Chatham University, you’re not on your own. You’re part of a vibrant cohort led by a passionate instructor committed to your success. Many online programs offer on-site visits or residencies designed to reinforce these relationships.

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Chatham’s faculty are more than just professors. They’re scholars and practitioners who can open doors and create opportunities that may be impossible in larger schools. The relationships and opportunities Chatham students create with fellow students and faculty members make their years here as productive as possible.

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Chatham’s bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees are organized into three schools: the School of Health Sciences; the Falk School of Sustainability and Environment; and the School of Arts, Science, and Business.

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Support & Services

Chatham University is an intellectual community committed to empowering each of its members. Because students are individuals with unique needs and preferences, we offer an array of resources and strategies designed to enrich your educational experiences at Chatham.

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Course Catalog

Here, in addition to finding course descriptions, you will find information about the schools and degree programs offered at Chatham. You can also learn about the other resources to enhance your academic experience.

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Vice President of Academic Affairs

Dr. Lisa Lambert was appointed Vice President of Academic Affairs at Chatham University in 2023. After joining Chatham in 1985 as a faculty member in Biology, she was promoted to Professor of Biology in 2012 and has served as Chair of the Science Department, founding Program Director for MS Biology, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, and Assistant Vice President of Undergraduate Learning.

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