Education Regulations in California-Integrated Innovation - Carnegie Mellon University

California Private Postsecondary Education Act

The Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) came into existence on January 1, 2010, following passage of Assembly Bill 48, known as the California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2009 (California Education Code, Title 3, Division 10, Part 59, Chapter 8).

Bureau Mission Statement

The BPPE exists to promote and protect the interests of students and consumers: (i) through the effective and efficient oversight of California's private postsecondary educational institutions, (ii) through the promotion of competition that rewards educational quality and employment outcomes, (iii) through proactively combating unlicensed activity, and (iv) by resolving student complaints in a manner that benefits both the complaining student and future students.

Admitted Students of California-Based Programs

The Integrated Innovation Institute's Master of Science in Software Management (MS-SM) program and Master of Science for Technology Ventures (MS-TV) 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 admitted students complete this process for enrollment in the program.

Please note that admitted students of our Master of Integrated Innovation for Products & Services degree in Pittsburgh, PA are not required to complete this process for their enrollment in the program.

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Resources for our Master of Science in Software Management degree:

Performance Fact Sheet: MS-SM

Job Classification List: MS-SM

Resources for our Master of Science in Technology Ventures degree:

Performance Fact Sheet: MS-TV

Job Classification List: MS-TV