Honors Coursework and Eligibility
The Pitt Business Honors Program consists of an enriched academic program that includes honors seminars, an honors elective course in the student’s area of specialization, and an experience-based learning capstone. The honors program is designed for highly motivated and capable students with a proven track record of success.
Coursework and experiences completed for the Pitt Business Honors Program can also count toward completion of the University Honors College Joint Degree or the Honors Distinction. Business students should discuss these options with their academic advisors.
How to apply for the Pitt Business Honors Program
Entering first-year students are eligible to participate in the Pitt Business Honors Program if they have been admitted to both the College of Business Administration and the Pitt Honors College. To receive consideration, you will need to select the College of Business Administration on your Pitt admissions application as your intended academic program and also to apply to the Pitt Honors College
While the Pitt Business Honors Program is designed for students who spend their first year in the business school, transfer students to the business school who earn at least 60 letter-graded credits through Pitt may qualify for graduation honors (magna cum laude, summa cum laude, cum laude). Students should discuss their circumstances with their Pitt business academic advisor.