Enrollment Process for Integrated Innovation Institute Degrees - Silicon Valley Campus
The Integrated Innovation Institute's Master of Science in Software Management program and Master of Science for Technology Ventures are offered at Carnegie Mellon University's Silicon Valley campus in Mountain View, California. Carnegie Mellon’s ability to offer and provide this program in California requires that students follow the below process for enrollment in the program:
Step 2: Read School Performance Fact Sheet*, initial and sign where indicated (click on the lines to access initial, signature and date boxes) and return by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 3: Complete, initial and sign the Enrollment Agreement that was sent via email from our admissions office, and return by email to email@example.com.
For questions, please contact Chris Zeise, Director of Admissions and Alumni Relations, at 650-335-2810 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*School Performance Fact Sheet: Data Reporting
- (a) Completion rates were calculated using the number of enrolled students who successfully met the requirements for degree completion and who's degree was certified based on the completion of these requirements; subtracting students on leave of absence or students who switched to other degree programs and, therefore, did not complete requirements needed to obtain the degree. (d) Salary information was collected through a (voluntary) survey of alumni at the time of degree completion bu the CMU Silicon Valley Career Services office. In addition, data was collected from correspondence (ie. emails) received from alumni regarding employment positions they received that were not reported in the Career Services survey.
- You may obtain a list of the employment positions determined to be within the field of our degrees by reviewing our Job Classification lists for MSTV and MSSM.
- Sources used to collect salary information include a (voluntary) survey distributed through the CMU Silicon Valley Career Services office and correspondence such as emails from alumni with information on employment which was not reported in the voluntary survey.