Robert Morris University
Robert Morris University traces its early beginnings to the year 1921 when its founder, accountant Andrew Blass, rented a small classroom space to offer classes as the Pittsburgh School of Accountancy. Nearly 15 years later, the institution changed its name to Robert Morris School of Business, named after the Founding Father of the United States who was largely considered as the financier of the American Revolution. After years of growth and expansion, the institution was granted university status by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and became the Robert Morris University in 2000.
Today, Robert Morris University's main campus in Moon Township is located in 230 acres of scenic land that houses its 5 schools through which it offers 75 bachelor's degree and 20 master's degree programs in areas of business, communications and information systems, nursing and health sciences, education and social sciences, engineering, mathematics, and science. Robert Morris University enrolls 5,000 undergraduate and graduate students from 45 states, and over 500 of which are international students from 41 nations around the world.
- Minimum GPA 2.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 61
- Minimum incoming IELTS 5.00