Academics at the Silicon Valley Campus
Silicon Valley is the focal point of the 21st century innovation revolution and home to the greatest concentration of technology companies in the world, attracting a diverse group of business leaders, investors, and talented employees from around the world. It seems only natural, then, that Carnegie Mellon University, one of the world’s premier technology education and research institutions, should choose Silicon Valley as the place to establish its West Coast educational outpost. The dynamic atmosphere of Silicon Valley, alive with creativity and entrepreneurial spirit, is the perfect place to study for aspiring industry leaders who want to further their technology and management skills.
Full Time & Part Time Graduate Programs
Carnegie Mellon University's Silicon Valley Campus offers several distinctive part-time, full-time, and bicoastal master's degree programs in information technology, innovation, software engineering and software management, as well as a bicoastal Ph.D. program in electrical and computer engineering. Each program is uniquely designed to prepare students to be leaders in their chosen technology field, to meet the technological and managerial challenges encountered in their future careers, and to take a proactive part in shaping the future of the software and technology industry. All programs are characterized by the University's ongoing focus on creating and implementing solutions for real problems.