Robert Morris University (RMU)
Robert Morris University (RMU), in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, is a private university with the right to award doctorates. The school was founded in 1921 and is named after Robert Morris, a signatory of the Declaration of Independence and financier of the American Revolution. Today, the university consists of four schools: The School of Business; School of Engineering; Mathematics and Science; School of Informatics; Humanities and Social Sciences, and the School of Nursing, Education and Human Studies. More than 5,000 students are enrolled in more than 60 Bachelor's degree programs and more than 20 Master's and doctoral programs.
Cooperation with the School of Business
The RMU School of Business is accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). RMU was also one of the first 10 universities to receive the Center of Actuarial Excellence award for its current actuarial program.
The School of Business offers courses in finance, accounting, management, marketing, sports management, tourism management and taxation. The dean of the School of Business, Michelle L. Patrick, Ph.D., is responsible for the JUSP program on the faculty side. In addition, the JUSP delegations are supervised and accompanied by the Center for Global Engagement and its director, Jennifer Creamer.
Each year, six students from the School of Business qualify for the JUSP program via assessments, where they then work in the American-Swiss, mixed, practice project teams for companies.
The large RMU campus is located in Moon Township, a suburb about 20 minutes away from Pittsburgh city center. About 2,000 students use the campus housing offered directly on the campus, which has a library, cafeterias, video conference and technology center, etc., as well as the Joe Walton Stadium for football and lacrosse.