The School of Computing and Information (SCI) educates students for a wide range of specializations in computing and information professions. The school offers five bachelor's, five master's, and five doctoral degree programs as well as four certificates of advanced study.
Designed by Tasso Katselas in the brutalist architectural style, the Information Sciences Building was purchased by Pitt in 1968. It houses SCI classrooms, offices, a 70,000-volume library, and the Elizabeth Nesbitt Room. With more than 12,000 books and magazines dating from the 17th century to the present, the Nesbitt Room contains the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Archives and such rare books as a 1719 edition of Robinson Crusoe.