|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses
Office of International Affairs
|Administration Bldg., 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15282, United States of America
|(+1 412) 396-6113
|Admission E-mail address
|Contact for application
|Total No. of students
|Accounting Art, General Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Audiology/Audiologist & Speech-Language Pathology Biochemistry Biology/Biological Sciences, General Business Admin. & Management, General Business Services Marketing Operations Chemistry, General Classics and Classical Lang., Lit., & Linguistics Communications Studies/Speech Comm. & Rhetoric Computer Science Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General Early Childhood Education and Teaching Economics, General Education, General Education/Teaching for Hearing Impairments Education/Teaching for Multiple Disabilities Educational Leadership & Administration, General Elementary Education and Teaching Engineering, Other English/Language Arts Teacher Education English Composition English Language and Literature, General Environmental Science/Studies Finance, General Health and Medical Administrative Services, Other History, General Intermedia/Multimedia International Business/Trade/Commerce International Relations and Affairs Journalism Latin Language and Literature Law (LL.B., J.D.) Law and Legal Studies, Other Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies Management Information Systems, General Mathematics, General Mathematics Teacher Education Microbiology/Bacteriology Modern Greek Language and Literature Music, Other Music Performance, General Music Teacher Education Music Theory and Composition Music Therapy/Therapist Nursing, Other Nursing-Registered Nurse Training (RN/ASN/BSN/MSN) Occupational Therapy/Therapist Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution Pharmacology, Human and Animal Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Admin. Pharmacy (PharmD, BS/BPharm) Philosophy Physical Therapy/Therapist Physician Assistant Physics, General Physics Teacher Education Political Science and Government, General Pre-Dentistry Studies Pre-Law Studies Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies Pre-Pharmacy Studies Pre-Veterinary Studies Psychology, General Public Policy Analysis Reading Teacher Education Religion/Religious Studies Religious Education School Psychology Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Secondary Education and Teaching Social Science Teacher Education Sociology Spanish Language and Literature Spanish Language Teacher Education Taxation Theological Studies & Religious Vocations, Other
|Undergraduate and Graduate TOEFL
The mission of Duquesne University's founders (the Spiritans) has always included service to people outside the United States. Duquesne University is committed to providing an educational environment that recognizes cultural and national diversity and to developing and maintaining programs, services, and practices that promote respect for people of all backgrounds.
The Office of International Affairs is well staffed to meet the individual needs of the international student. There is also an excellent English as a Second Language Program for those students needing English training. Orientation is held at the beginning of each semester for all incoming international students to help them make the transition from their home country to Duquesne. In addition, scholarships and assistantships based on academic merit are available for international students.
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