In addition to the curriculum, Ethics, History, & Public Policy students can participate in many enriching opportunities at Carnegie Mellon University.
A variety of accelerated Master's Degree programs at the Heinz College are available to EHPP students. To learn more about the Heinz College or the Accelerated Master’s Program, please contact David Eber, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many EHPP students participate in CMU's Washington Semester Program, spending one semester in Washington, D.C., taking courses and participating in an internship.
The Career & Professional Development Center is a very useful tool for EHPP students looking for internships or a full-time job.
There are many opportunities for undergraduate research at CMU for EHPP students, some with funding available from the Undergraduate Research Office.
CMU students have many opportunities to spend time abroad, whether it's a full year, a semester, a summer, or a week. The Office of International Education can help you plan.
Find a major checklist and other useful forms for current students.