Carnegie Mellon University

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Dual Master Degrees in Biomedical Engineering and Engineering & Technology Innovation Management (E&TIM)

The E&TIM Masters program trains future engineering leaders by providing frameworks to lead, foster and manage technical innovation. The Practicum-Option Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering program may be combined with the E&TIM program to form a 2-year dual master program that encompasses two highly interdisciplinary and innovative fields in a complementary fashion.

Practicum-Option Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Building upon the success in education and placement of the BME undergraduate double major program, this course-based Practicum-Option Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering program is particularly appealing to students of traditional engineering or basic sciences backgrounds who wish to develop a career in biomedical engineering. Students interested in entering medical or graduate schools may also find the program useful for building up the knowledge and credential. This program combines coursework and practical training over a period of 9-12 months of full-time residence.

Research-Option Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

The Research-Option Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering facilitates a career that requires a combination of advanced knowledge and basic research skills, e.g. member of R&D teams in academic or industrial institutions. In addition, the typical 18-24 month time frame is highly compatible with the application cycle of a M.D., D.M.D., or a wide range of biomedical Ph.D. programs.

Biomedical Engineering—Ph.D.

In this program, students are prepared for careers as independent researchers in the academic, clinical, industrial and governmental sectors of the biotechnology and health care fields. Students perform original research under the guidance of a BME faculty member that leads to novel and significant contributions in one or more of the following subfields of biomedical engineering: bioimaging, biomechanics mechatronics, biomaterials and regenerative medicine, and cellular and molecular biotechnology. Students applying to this program should have a substantial life sciences background via coursework or research experiences. The requirements are flexible, allowing the student to develop a program that is best suited to his or her own background and career goals. Completion of the Ph.D. usually takes four to five years for those students entering with bachelor’s-level preparation and three to four years for those entering with master’s-level preparation.

Biomedical Engineering [with University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine]—M.D./Ph.D.

This NIH-supported Medical Scientist Training Program gives selected medical students the opportunity to receive both the M.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon. The aim is to educate physician-engineers who can blend both research and clinical perspectives as they contribute to biomedical advances. Prospective students should apply directly to the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Accepted students enter Ph.D. studies after their second year of medical school at the University of Pittsburgh and satisfy the same degree requirements as Ph.D. students entering with master’s-level preparation. Completion of the Ph.D. portion of the program is targeted at three years of full-time study.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Chemical Engineering—M.Ch.E
The Master of Chemical Engineering (M.Ch.E.) is a coursework-only degree signifying that the recipient has learned fundamental chemical engineering principles forming the foundation of analysis. The degree requirements include electives that allow students to take several breadth/depth/skill courses to complement the core knowledge. These electives are essentially free electives so the student can study alternative topics such as business, finance, entrepreneurship, or take more science or engineering.
Chemical Engineering—M.S.Ch.E.
The Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (M.S. with project report) degree signifies that the student has learned the fundamental principles of chemical engineering and has completed a research project requiring both significant work under the supervision of a project advisor and production of a brief written description of it.

Colloids, Polymers and Surfaces—M.S.C.P.S.

This program focuses on the engineering of complex fluids, which consist of nanoparticles (colloids), macromolecules and interfaces. Topics are relevant to industrial technology and the manufacture of products based on complex fluids; examples include pharmaceuticals, coatings and paint, cosmetics, surfactant-based products and biotech materials. The program can be completed in nine months with coursework only, or in 1.5 years with a research project. The MSCPS can also be combined with masters programs in Chemical Engineering.
Chemical Engineering—Ph.D.
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree is the highest academic degree awarded by any university. Students pursuing the PhD in chemical engineering become independent researchers equipped to apply chemical engineering principles as well as advanced analytical and experimental techniques to the solution of open-ended research problems. The education and training prepare students for academic, industrial, and governmental research careers.
Dual Degree Program: MChE & MS in Technology Ventures
In partnership with the Integrated Innovation Institute, the dual degree is a two-year bicoastal program that allows Master of Chemical Engineering (MChE) students to also obtain a Master of Science in Technology Ventures. In addition to completing MChE requirements in Pittsburgh, students travel to Silicon Valley for an internship at an established startup and fulfill two academic semesters learning about tech transfer and entrepreneurship at our campus in Mountain View, CA.
Energy Science, Technology and Policy Program
Effective solutions to energy problems will come from engineers and technical managers who understand the interdisciplinary challenges of energy, and who are well informed on the broad issues of energy supply, demand, storage, utilization, policy, sustainability, and the environment. The Carnegie Mellon Energy Science, Technology and Policy (ESTP) program addresses this need with a professional engineering master’s degree that is based in engineering, aligned with new discoveries in science, attuned to sustainability and the environment, and informed by a broader perspective in economics and public policy. Depth in the ESTP curriculum is associated with declaring a concentration and taking specialized coursework in one of six engineering disciplines, which include Chemical Engineering. Students must apply and be admitted directly to the College of Engineering ESTP program, and applications are submitted through the program's website.
Engineering & Technology Innovation Management Master's Program and Dual Degree
Engineering and Technology Innovation Management MS (E&TIM) educates future engineering leaders by coupling technical education with frameworks to lead, foster, and manage technical innovation. A summer internship is an integral element of this interdisciplinary program. The Chemical Engineering MChE degree may be combined with the E&TIM program to form a 21-month dual degree MS program that equips students to drive value creation from technical innovation based on their understanding of technical concepts, innovation management fundamentals and real world implications.
Masters of Chemical Engineering and Integrated Study in Computer Science
A four (4) academic semester program with the School of Computer Science that focuses on completion of the Masters of Chemical Engineering (MChE) degree integrated with advanced study in Computer Science (SCS).   This degree in Chemical Engineering and Integrated Study in Computer Science is a highly competitive degree for chemical engineers with significant prior background in programming and computation.  There are a limited number of positions open in this program with admission required by both the Department of Chemical Engineering and the School of Computer Science; thus application to the traditional Masters in Chemical Engineering is also recommended for all applicants. In addition to graduate study in Chemical Engineering, students will also learn core and emerging skills in Computer Science, and the ability to implement and practice advanced computational-based methods applied to engineering.

CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Advanced Infrastructure Systems – M.S.
The Advanced Infrastructure Systems (AIS) education and research area focuses on the application and exploration of emerging Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to improve the design, construction and operations of infrastructure systems including: buildings and other facilities; transportation infrastructure; telecommunications networks; environmental systems; and the electric power grid.

Civil Engineering – M.S.

The MS in Civil Engineering is appropriate for students intending professional practice, and particularly those planning on obtaining a Professional Engineering license, in Civil Engineering. A candidate for this degree must be a graduate of an accredited undergraduate engineering curriculum or equivalent. Students who hold an undergraduate degree outside of engineering will also be considered, but will be required to take basic undergraduate engineering makeup courses as specified by the department.

Civil and Environmental Engineering – M.S.

The standard title of the MS degree awarded to candidates in Civil and Environmental Engineering is the MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Computational Mechanics – M.S.

The MS in Computational Mechanics is appropriate for students with a degree outside of engineering who are interested in advanced study in mechanics, materials and computing. Candidates with engineering degrees will also be considered.
Environmental Engineering – M.S.
The Environmental Engineering, Sustainability, and Science (EESS) education and research area focuses on air quality, water quality, remediation, industrial ecology, sustainable engineering, energy, and nanotechnology to provide skills, analysis tools, and technologies to meet environmental stewardship and sustainability challenges of the 21st Century.

Environmental Management and Science – M.S.

The MS in Environmental Management and Science is appropriate for students with a degree outside of engineering who are interested in advanced study in environmental engineering, science and management. Candidates with engineering degrees will also be considered.
Architecture–Engineering Construction Management [joint degree through Architecture]—M.S.
The Architecture-Engineering Construction Management (AECM) program is an interdisciplinary degree administered by the School of Architecture and involving studies in both Architecture and Civil and Environmental Engineering.  Applications to the AECM program are submitted through the School of Architecture.

Civil and Environmental Engineering and Master of Business Administration [dual degree with Tepper]—M.S./MBA

This dual program offers students the opportunity to develop technical and managerial skills in the management of civil and environmental organizations, projects and systems, as well as business management.
Energy Science, Technology, and Policy [joint degree through ESTP] - M.S.
The Carnegie Mellon Engergy Science, Technology and Policy (ESTP) program offers a professional master's for students who seek a distinctive M.S. degree based in engineering, aligned with new discoveries in science, attuned to sustainability and the environment, and informed by economics and public policy. The program is a partnership with Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Engineering and Public Policy and Civil and Environmental Engineering. Applications to the ESTP program are submitted through the program's website. 
Mechanics, Materials and Computing (MMC) - M.S.
The Mechanics, Materials and Computing (MMC) education and research area focuses on the scientific understanding and practical application of the emergent complex behavior of materials through computer simulation techniques for the analysis of the deformation, flow and failure of natural and engineered materials.

Civil and Environmental Engineering/Engineering and Public Policy [joint degree with EPP]—Ph.D.

This program is administered jointly with the Department of Engineering and Public Policy. Students must fulfill all of the Ph.D. requirements of both departments.

Engineering and Technology Innovation Management [dual degree with E&TIM]—M.S.

The M.S. (CEE/E&TIM) program is a two-year dual degree program offering the traditional CEE program along with the fundamentals of innovation management and value creation.  It is appropriate for those who aspire to lead technology development and engineering, create new technology-enabled ventures, develop business technology strategies, or design policies to encourage technological innovation.
Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering (MSCEE) and Master of Science in Technology Ventures (MSTV) [Dual degree]
This unique dual Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering (MSCEE) and Master of Science in Technology Ventures (MSTV) is an option for students who want a traditional degree in engineering and are interested in focusing on the application of emerging technologies within the field of engineering. Typicaly this dual degree is completed in two years. During the first year, students will complete the MSCEE requirements at our campus in Pittsburgh, PA. Upon completion of MSCEE requirements, students will participate in a Silicon Valley-based internship and complete the remainder of the MSTV requirements during the second year of the program based at the Carnegie Mellon Campus in Silicon Valley, California.
Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Master of Business Administration (Porto Business School of Universidade Do Porto, Portugal)
The dual Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering (MSCEE) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) offered at the Porto Business School – Universidade Do Porto, Portugal is appropriate for engineers who are looking for an interdisciplinary experience and which to develop management skills with an international perspective. Successful graduates will be awarded two master’s degrees, one being an MS in CEE from Carnegie Mellon and the other being an MBA from Porto Business School. Students will be considered a full-time registered student when in residency at CMU and a full-time registered student when in residency at Porto. Students must satisfy all academic requirements of both institutions to receive both degrees.

 

Advanced Infrastructure Systems – Ph.D.
The PhD in Advanced Infrastructure Systems is intended for students desiring advanced studies in this area who do not have an undergraduate engineering degree. The candidate may be a graduate in engineering or other disciplines.
Civil Engineering – Ph.D
The PhD in Civil Engineering is appropriate for students intending professional practice, and particularly those planning on obtaining a Professional Engineering license, in Civil Engineering. A candidate for this degree must be a graduate of an accredited undergraduate engineering curriculum or equivalent. Students who hold an undergraduate degree outside of engineering will also be considered, but will be required to take basic undergraduate engineering makeup courses as specified by the department.
Civil and Environmental Engineering/Engineering and Public Policy – Ph.D.
This is a PhD program administered jointly with the Department of Engineering and Public Policy. The candidate must pass the qualifying examination approved by both departments.
Computational Mechanics – Ph.D
The PhD in Computational Mechanics is intended for students desiring advanced studies in mechanics, materials and computing who do not have an undergraduate engineering degree. The candidate may be a graduate in engineering or other disciplines.
Environmental Engineering – Ph.D
The PhD in Environmental Engineering is intended for students whose curriculum focuses strongly on environmental engineering. A candidate for this degree must be a graduate of an accredited undergraduate engineering curriculum or equivalent. A candidate for this degree must be a graduate of an accredited undergraduate engineering curriculum or equivalent. Students who hold an undergraduate degree outside of engineering will also be considered, but will be required to take basic undergraduate engineering makeup courses as specified by the department.
Environmental Management and Science – Ph.D
The PhD in Environmental Management and Science is intended for students desiring advanced studies in this area  who do not have an undergraduate engineering degree. The candidate may be a graduate in engineering or other disciplines.
Architecture-Engineering Construction Management Program - Ph.D.
The Architecture-Engineering Construction Management (AECM) program is an interdisciplinary degree administered by the School of Architecture and involving studies in both Architecture and Civil and Environmental Engineering. Applications to the AECM program are submitted through the School of Architecture.
Dual PhD Program with METU
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed by both CMU and Middle East Technical University's in 2008, reflecting a commitment of both universities to explore new research opportunities as well as the joint education program, which enables PhD candidates at Carnegie Mellon and METU to earn a degree at each institution. Candidates for the Dual Ph.D. degree program must apply and be admitted to both departments.

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Electrical and Computer Engineering—M.S.

The Professional M.S. and Integrated M.S./B.S. (IMB) programs are more course-intensive than the research-oriented programs. The Professional M.S. Program is for students who already have a B.S. and are interested in further professional development. Undergraduate students at Carnegie Mellon can obtain an M.S. simultaneously with their B.S. through the IMB Program.

Electrical and Computer Engineering—Ph.D.

Interdisciplinary research, a systems-level approach and close ties to industry all work together to yield relevant and timely research in the ECE department. Areas of research within the department include computer systems and computer security, data storage systems, electronic design automation and manufacturing, embedded systems, microelectromechanical systems, biotechnology and networking. All full-time Ph.D. students engage in research under faculty guidance. This degree is offered in both Pittsburgh and Portugal.
Technology Ventures - M.S. [Dual degree]
In partnership with the Integrated Innovation Institute, the dual degree is a five-semester bicoastal program beginning in the fall semester that allows M.S. in Electrical & Computer Engineering students to also obtain a Master of Science in Technology Ventures. In addition to completing ECE requirements in Pittsburgh, students travel to Silicon Valley for an internship at an established startup and fulfill two academic semesters learning about tech transfer and entrepreneurship at our campus in Mountain View, CA.
Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC) - Ph.D.
The Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC) offers a certificate graduate training program in collaboration with ECE and several other affiliated doctoral programs at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. The program trains interdisciplinary scientists interested in understanding how cognitive processes arise from neural mechanisms in the brain. Students combine intensive training in their chosen specialty with broad exposure to other disciplines that touch on neural computation and problems of higher brain function.

ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING SILICON VALLEY

Electrical and Computer Engineering (Silicon Valley)—M.S.

The Professional M.S. and Integrated M.S./B.S. (IMB) programs are more course-intensive than the research-oriented programs. The Professional M.S. Program is for students who already have a B.S. and are interested in further professional development. Undergraduate students at Carnegie Mellon can obtain an M.S. simultaneously with their B.S. through the IMB Program.

Electrical and Computer Engineering (Silicon Valley) - Ph.D.

Interdisciplinary research, a systems-level approach and close ties to industry all work together to yield relevant and timely research in the ECE department. Areas of research within the department include computer systems and computer security, data storage systems, electronic design automation and manufacturing, embedded systems, microelectromechanical systems, biotechnology and networking. All full-time Ph.D. students engage in research under faculty guidance. This degree is offered in both Pittsburgh and Portugal.
Software Engineering (Silicon Valley) - M.S.
The Master of Science in Software Engineering (M.S.-SE) is a unique program offered exclusively at CMU’s Silicon Valley campus. It emphasizes a rigorous foundation in the core disciplines of software engineering. The program offers students a first-hand experience in software engineering by balancing theory and practice, engaging them in active learning, and encouraging collaboration on projects drawn from real world contexts. Students enter the program with a strong foundation in computer science; they leave the program with a deep knowledge of software engineering.

 

ENERGY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & POLICY

Energy Science, Technology, and Policy (EST&P)—M.S.
based in engineering, aligned with new discoveries in science, attuned to sustainability and the environment, and informed by a broader perspective in economics and public policy. EST&P is an interdisciplinary engineering degree program of the College of Engineering in association with the Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.. 96-unit degree that is completed in two semesters of full-time study
Energy Science, Technology, and Policy-Applied Studies (EST&P-AS)—M.S.
based in engineering, aligned with new discoveries in science, attuned to sustainability and the environment, and informed by a broader perspective in economics and public policy. EST&P is an interdisciplinary engineering degree program of the College of Engineering in association with the Scott Institute for Energy Innovation. A 120-unit degree that includes 24-units of project and is completed in three semesters of full-time study
Energy Science, Technology and Policy - Applied Studies and Integrated Study in Computer Science (ES&P-AS-CS)—M.S.
based in engineering, aligned with new discoveries in science, attuned to sustainability and the environment, and informed by a broader perspective in economics and public policy. EST&P is an interdisciplinary engineering degree program of the College of Engineering in association with the Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.. A 168-unit degree that includes 24-units of project, 60-units in Computer Science, and is completed in four semesters of full-time study

ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC POLICY

Engineering and Public Policy—M.S.
program that helps students with technical backgrounds address policy issues focused on science and technology.
Engineering and Public Policy—Ph.D
doctoral program that helps students with technical backgrounds address policy issues focused on science and technology.

ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION MANAGEMENT

Engineering and Technology Innovation Management—M.S.
designed for professionals who are looking to become leaders in innovation and the strategic management of technology.
Engineering and Technology Innovation Management—Dual M.S.
Applicants can advance their depth of technical expertise by pursuing dual MS degrees in a traditional Carnegie Mellon engineering program and the Engineering and Technology Innovation Management program. Traditional MS degree engineering programs that qualify for the ETIM Dual Degree program are those offered by the College of Engineering that include 96-units of coursework.:
Engineering and Technology Innovation Management–Bicoastal (Silicon Valley)- M.S.
The E&TIM Silicon Valley MS program can be completed in one year of full-time study from January to December, including a summer internship project.

INFORMATION NETWORKING INSTITUTE

Master of Science in Information Networking (MSIN)
provides an advanced, specialized curriculum combining computer science, electrical and computer engineering, software engineering, and information systems while incorporating business and policy perspectives.
Master of Science in Information Security (MSIS)
offers a technical focus in security and computer systems, further developed through research opportunities.
Bicoastal Mobility and Information Security Programs (Pittsburgh-Silicon Valley) Students in the bicoastal mobility and information security programs divide their studies between Carnegie Mellon's Pittsburgh and Silicon Valley campuses. Combining the rich, academic setting of main campus with hands-on industry experience in the heart of Silicon Valley, bicoastal students have the best of both worlds. Students spend the first two semesters of the program in Pittsburgh, and complete their studies in Silicon Valley. By participating in hackathons, working alongside industry in the practicum project and networking with leaders in the field, bicoastal students gain unparalleled exposure in the nation's top tech hub.
Integrated Master’s Programs (MSIN or MSIS)
Highly-qualified Carnegie Mellon undergraduate students are eligible to add a fifth year to a customized undergraduate curriculum leading to the Master of Science in Information Networking (MSIN) or Master of Science in Information Security (MSIS). 
The integrated master's programs afford eligible students the opportunity to smoothly transition from undergraduate to postgraduate work at Carnegie Mellon.
Cyber Forensics and Incident Response (CyFIR) Track
prepares students in information security and digital investigations through a skill-based curriculum using state-of-the-art software. The track is open to students in Pittsburgh and is taught by instructors from the CERT Division at Carnegie Mellon’s Software Engineering Institute. Students pursuing the track devote a total of 48 units of their curriculum to understanding the science and developing skills in host/network cyber forensics and digital investigations. To satisfy the track, students must devote a security elective (12 units) and the curriculum option (36 units) to completing the track’s courses. Students must successfully pass all of the CyFIR track courses in order to receive the certificate.
Cyber Ops Certificate
Cyber operations (Cyber Ops) is a specialization of information security that is in high demand within areas of the government and military, including the National Security Agency (NSA).
If you have an interest in working for the NSA, or a similar organization, certification in Cyber Ops may be the right fit for you. To participate, students must be enrolled in the Master of Science in Information Security (MSIS) degree program.
Master of Science in Information Technology-Information Security (MSIT-IS) Dual Degree with Kobe, JAPAN
This two-year, dual-degree program prepares students to become leaders in information security by blending education in information security technology with business management and policy, in addition to providing a unique cultural perspective.

MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Materials Science & Engineering (MSE)—M.S.
The M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) is a full-time coursework-based degree that provides an advanced foundational education to professionals interested in careers in MSE. Students in the program will gain a fundamental understanding of materials structure, properties and the processing of materials and their applications in various areas of engineering. Our M.S. degree provides the foundation of all MSE activities while allowing for flexibility in individual interests at the graduate level. Students will normally complete the degree in two full-time (15 week) academic semesters. Students interested in completing the program outside of the standard two full-time semesters should discuss this carefully with the MS program director prior to enrollment.
Materials Science (MS)—M.S.
The M.S. in Materials Science (MS) degree combines both coursework and research to provide an advanced foundational education to professionals interested in research careers in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE). Students in the program will gain a fundamental understanding of materials structure, properties and the processing of materials and their applications in various areas of engineering. Students will normally complete the degree in three to four full-time academic semesters. Students interested in completing the program outside of the standard two full-time semesters should discuss this carefully with the MS program director prior to enrollment.

Materials Science and Engineering—Ph.D.

The Doctoral degree emphasizes the creation of new knowledge through extensive independent research, the interpretation of phenomena revealed by research, and the extraction of general principles upon which predictions can be made. In the MSE department, doctoral research can be conducted in a range of areas, including nanomaterials, biomaterials, materials for energy applications, metals, ceramics, electronic materials, and magnetic materials. Each Doctoral student's research is guided by a faculty advisor and a dissertation committee with milestones that allow graduation in four years or less. The milestones and expectations for doctoral students are described on the website.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Master of Science in Computational Design and Manufacturing – M.S.

This new innovative program is intended for students who have a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and desire to advance their careers by acquiring problem-solving skills with modern computational engineering tools such as computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided engineering (CAE) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM). Students will sharpen their skills by learning the theories and applications of computational design and manufacturing methods through a balance of course and project work. The project work provides students with practical problem-solving experiences through the use of commercial computational tools or the development of their own custom software.

Mechanical Engineering/Course Work Option—M.S.

This option consists primarily of graduate-level course work undertaken over two semesters, allowing a student to move quickly toward pursuing a Ph.D. or employment in industry. The intense program is designed to hone professional skills and talents. Up to 12 units of research credit and/or supervised reading credit can be earned under faculty supervision as an option for this degree.

Mechanical Engineering Research Option—M.S.

This option consists of a mix of course work and independent research. Course requirements for the project option are slightly more flexible than those for the course work option to allow for a more intense research opportunity. The typical time to completion is two years. Academic activity is balanced with hands-on research opportunities to create an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving.

Mechanical Engineering—Ph.D.

The student’s research experience forms the core of the Ph.D. program. Research involves active, student-directed inquiry into an engineering problem. Research areas include acoustics and vibrations, controls and robotics, design and manufacturing, solid mechanics and thermal fluids. In addition, newly emerging interests include, but are not limited to, bioengineering, data storage, fuel cells, air quality, robotics and micro/nanoengineering. Much of the research is conducted within the department, but many projects are carried out in collaboration with other departments and centers on campus, as well as with other parts of the university and with close industrial collaborators.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS

Master of Information Technology Strategy [with COE, H&SS] - MITS
The Master of Information Technology Strategy (MITS) is a cooperative endeavor of the College of EngineeringSchool of Computer Science (SCS) and the Institute for Politics and Strategy (IPS).  The MITS program provides a multidisciplinary education that prepares students to define and conceptualize:
  • the emerging environment of threats caused by cyber operations;
  • opportunities for enhanced information analysis and exploitation;
  • development and management of innovative information technology systems; and
  • decision-making challenges associated with the above.
The program has four areas of concentration: Data Analytics, Politics and Strategy, Information Security, Software and Networked Systems.

Master of Integrated Innovation for Products & Services [with CFA and Tepper]—MII-PS

The one-year professional degree in integrated innovation is offered by the Integrated Innovation Institute at Carnegie Mellon. The Integrated Innovation Institute is a unique academic, research, and executive education entity that is jointly supported by the College of Engineering, the College of Fine Arts' School of Design, and the Tepper School of Business. The Master of Integrated Innovation degree focuses on the creation of products, services and interactive experiences that define new product opportunities that exceed user value expectations. The program excels at providing engineers, designers, business students and those in related fields, the skills and knowledge to become elite innovators.
Master of Science in Software Management (MSSM)  [with CFA and Tepper]  - Silicon Valley
The Master of Science in Software Management at Carnegie Mellon University prepares you to be a successful innovator in the software industry.  We teach you the skills necessary to build a career in product management, in managing a software development organization, and for innovating within the enterprise or in your own startup. Like an MBA, this degree gives you the business skills you want.  Unlike an MBA, we've tailored the Software Management degree for people in technical careers, providing the parts of a business education that you need and will use.  Learn more by exploring our full-time and part-time program options as well as reviewing the degree's course descriptions. Phone: 1-844-629-0200
Master of Science in Technology Ventures (MSTV) [with Silicon Valley]
The Master of Science in Technology Ventures (MSTV) degree teaches technologists to launch ventures that solve society’s biggest challenges. Approach problems like an entrepreneur, expand your expertise in emerging technologies and launch an innovative career in Silicon Valley or worldwide.