Katz offers students a variety of programs for earning their MBA.  Listed below are the curriculum plans for the various programs.  Each plan includes degree requirements, a sample schedule, information about course selection and sequencing, as well as a fillable curriculum check sheet.  These curriculum plans help to keep students aware of their academic expectations as well as their degree progress.  If you have specific questions concerning one of the curriculum plans, please consult your academic advisor or the MBA Advising Team.







    Listed below are the full-time and part-time student handbooks.  These handbooks include the regulations and guidelines which will affect you as a MBA student. Please use these handbooks as a reference while planning your educational experiences here at Katz.


    ONLINE SELF-ENROLLMENT via my.pitt.edu

    Self-enrollment tutorial information:

    Student Resource and Communication Guide

    • A single document detailing important university departments, online resources, and contacts.

    Full-Time MBA Cross Registration - Local Academic Institutions


    The Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) cross-registration agreement is an initiative among local academic institutions that provides an opportunity for full-time students to attend courses at various participating colleges and universities as a guest student. AACSB-accredited institutions in the greater Pittsburgh area include: Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business; Duquesne University, John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business; and Robert Morris University. Cross-registration is limited to full-time MBA students registered during the fall and spring terms only. PLEASE NOTE: PCHE cross-registration does not apply to part-time students.  If you are intersted in cross registration, review the instructions and form below and complete all necessary steps.


    Academic Integrity Guidelines

    Absolute integrity is expected of every Katz student in all academic undertakings.  This document contains an established set of principles which outlines academic expectations for each Katz student. Each student is expected to maintain absolute integrity and a high standard of individual honor in scholastic work undertaken at the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business. 

    IT Katz Resource Guide

    This guide offers students important information concerning IT resources.  Both the Katz IT Services (KITS) and Computing Services & Systems Development (CSSD) offers students valuable, and free, resources.  This document also contains useful information about your university computer account, as well as essential links that will you need as a Pitt student.