Pitt | Swanson Engineering
Dual Programs On-Campus
   
Bioengineering
Dual Doctor of Medicine - Doctor of Philosophy Program domain
Dual Doctor of Physical Therapy - Doctor of Philosophy Program domain
Dual MBA-Master of Science in Engineering domain
   
Chemical & Petroleum Engineering
Dual Doctor of Medicine - Doctor of Philosophy Program domain
Dual MBA-Master of Science in Engineering domain
   
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Dual MBA-Master of Science in Engineering domain
   
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Dual MBA-Master of Science in Engineering domain
   
Industrial Engineering
Dual MBA-Master of Science in Engineering domain

 

 

 

To apply to one of the following programs, please select the appropriate link and you will be redirected to the applicable application site:

MBA/Master of Science in Engineering Joint Degree Program:

http://www.business.pitt.edu/katz/mba/academics/programs/mba-msengineering.php

MD/PHD Program:

https://www.mdphd.pitt.edu/admissions-process

Students must first be accepted into the MD/PhD Program at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

Prospective students must apply individually to the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine through the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) and complete the MSTP online application. The criteria for acceptance to the MSTP include an outstanding academic record and letters of recommendation, positive personal interviews, and significant prior research experience. Admission to the MSTP is competitive, as is admission to graduate school, with students applying to the PhD programs of their choice after the first year of medical school.

Interested applicants may contact Aaron Batista, PhD.

 

DPT/PHD Bioengineering Program:

https://www.shrs.pitt.edu/DPT_BIOEPHD/

The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) – PhD in Bioengineering program combines the entry-level DPT leading to licensure as a physical therapist, with a PhD in Bioengineering that will prepare the student to become an independent researcher. The program will integrate clinical and research experiences, with students receiving mentorship from faculty in the departments of Physical Therapy and Bioengineering. Students should have a Bachelor’s degree or higher in engineering or engineering-related discipline, with a strong interest in physical therapy.