Summer Coursework at CMU
Visiting and non-degree students can take advantage of Carnegie Mellon’s innovative programs in fine arts, business, engineering, technology, liberal arts, and more. Our visiting and non-degree program allows you to improve yourself and expand your education, and it provides you with the opportunity to learn from our award-winning faculty. View more information about the program and how to register.
If you are a college student striving to enhance your academic background, a CMU staff/faculty member or a local professional looking for professional development, please visit the Visiting/Non-Degree Student page to learn more about taking Carnegie Mellon coursework.
The Leonard Gelfand Center provides professional development programs to teachers. All programs are eligible for Act 48 status. Learn more.
CASOS Summer Institute
In June of each year, the Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational Systems Summer Institute provides an intense and hands-on introduction to network analysis and computational modeling of complex socio-technical systems. Participation is open to graduate students, faculty and personnel from industry, education, and government. Learn more.