For Current Students
Explore the resources and policies for students of the Integrated Innovation Institute.
Presenting What's Next: MIIPS Advanced Study Master's EssaysUpon graduation, MIIPS Advanced Study students share their research at the Master's Essays poster session.
Winning Big at the World's Largest Healthcare HackathonThe winning streak continues for MIIPS students as Chi-Chi Bello brings home first place at the NYC Grand Hack.
Internship Insights: Experiential Learning in IndustryStudents across the Institute's degree programs gained practical experience at their summer internships.
Course Plans, 2017-2018
Master of Integrated Innovation for Products & Services (MIIPS)
Master of Science in Software Management (MSSM)
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About Campus Facilities
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About Graduate Education
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Directory for the CMU Community
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Resources by Campus
Whether you are in Pittsburgh or Silicon Valley, explore resources to support your master's experience:
Student Services: Pittsburgh
- Integrated Innovation Institute - Corner of Forbes Avenue & Craig Street
- Administrative Offices & Classroom: 4612 Forbes Avenue
- Student Studio Space: 311 South Craig Street
MII-PS students have access to other spaces and resources managed by the School of Design, the Department of Mechanical Engineering and IDeATe including two computer clusters, a digital imaging lab, a machine shop & rapid prototyping facility, and a photography studio.
MII-PS students have access to a wide range of public spaces and resources located all around campus including 23 computer clusters, 3 libraries, 30 dining venues, and numerous athletic and recreational facilities.
Professional AssociationsStudent-led chapters of the following professional associations all have a presence on the the campus of Carnegie Mellon. Many students find that they offer great opportunities to socialize as well as network. The IDSA chapter in particular attracts many MII-PS students and the chapter organizes annual trips for their members to visit a variety of consulting and corporate design environments in other cities.
- Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA)
- IDSA - CMU School of Design
- American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
- AIGA - CMU School of Design
- The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), SWE - CMU Chapter Website
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
- ASME - CMU Chapter Website
- Product Development & Management Association (PDMA)
Student Services: Silicon Valley
- Virtual Student Center
- Student Affairs Resources
- Communications & Language Services
- Student Health
- Campus Map & Security
Career Services - Make an Appointment
Are you a current student and need personal assistance or guidance? Make an appointment with a career consultant by clicking on our advising page, selecting a day and time that works for you, and providing details about the topic(s) you would like to address during your appointment. After submitting your appointment request, please email your resume directly to your career consultant. If you are not able to find a time that works for you, email Lauren Schachar to find a time that does.
Career issues that pertain to all students such as resume and cover letter writing, getting started with your job or internship, how to use LinkedIn or other social networks for your job or internship search, interviewing, etc. provide a great opportunity for students to learn together and for us to reach a wider audience on topics that we know are important for all students. For these topics, we invite students to attend a career workshop rather than individual appointment time.
Many students find that professional associations offer great opportunities to socialize and network within their career path.