Duquesne University Grants Degrees to More Than 1,390
Duquesne University will award degrees to more than 1,390 graduate and undergraduate students at commencement ceremonies this spring.The projected figures for graduate and undergraduate degrees, by school, are:
|A.J. Palumbo School of Business and John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business||51||239|
|McAnulty College & Graduate School of Liberal Arts||87||253|
|School of Education||144||80|
|Rangos School of Health Sciences||31||86|
|School of Leadership & Professional Advancement||6||17|
|Mary Pappert School of Music||27||59|
|School of Nursing||20||58|
|Mylan School of Pharmacy*||108||---|
|Bayer School of Natural & Environmental Sciences||23||102|
|School of Law||161||---|
*Duquesne’s pharmacy program terminates in a doctorate degree.
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