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Robert Morris University is moving back to its roots this fall with the opening of RMU Downtown at the Heinz 57 Center on Sixth Avenue.

School officials said the Moon Township university that was founded Downtown in 1921 will offer two bachelor's degrees, four masters degrees and various certificate programs for part-time students at its new satellite location.

A university spokesman said plans also are under way for Robert Morris to offer degree programs at Southpointe in Washington County and at a site in Monroeville.

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