Visitors & Employers-Energy Science, Technology & Policy - Carnegie Mellon University

Visitors & Employers

The administrative office for the Energy Science, Technology and Policy (EST&P) master's program is located:

Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Scott Hall 5103
Pittsburgh, PA 15213 USA

Ph: (412) 268-2947
Main fax:(412) 268-5650

We routinely host visits from industry and government representatives, and encourage visits by prospective students. General information about Carnegie Mellon University is found on the main website. Maps, local information and a virtual tour are also available. If you will arrive by car, please note important information about parking on campus.

Corporate Visitors: Partner with Us / Hire EST&P Graduates.  EST&P is a professional Master's program and most graduates seek energy sector employment upon graduation. A Resume Book for the EST&P Class of 2016 is currently available to corporate recruiters and hiring managers. To receive a copy of the Resume Book, please contact EST&P staff to make an official request.  Additionally, to learn more about our alumni and the types of companies hiring them, please see our Alumni page.

Partnership with the Energy Science, Technology and Policy at Carnegie Mellon can take many forms.  Our goal is to offer a significant value proposition for industry recruitment of graduates and for industry participation in energy projects and research.  Please contact EST&P to discuss how we might best partner with you. For additional information refer also to the University Corporate Visitors page.

  • Invest in the program: Together we can co-educate the energy engineers of tomorrow
  • Recruit the most capable students to help lead your company to a prosperous future
  • Sponsor class projects and research that address significant cross-disciplinary problems; the results can be world-changing

Academic Visitors:  The breadth of educational opportunities we offer our students helps us to achieve our goal of educating future leaders in the advancing field of energy. We are achieving this by emphasizing the needs of individual students, by allowing flexibility in our curriculum, and by preparing our students to contribute to new fields and to the global economy. Through such approaches, we strive to serve the best interests of our current and future students, our alumni, and our partners in industry and academia. Please contact EST&P to discuss partnership opportunities.