Carnegie Mellon University

Ph.D. Course Offerings

The Tepper School requires that all non-Tepper School students be registered (for letter grade or audit) for any courses they wish to take. We do not permit sit-ins; all students must be on a course roster.

Carnegie Mellon graduate students should use the Student Information Online (SIO) for registration. When requesting Tepper School courses, please be sure you have the appropriate available units in your schedule. Non-Carnegie Mellon graduate students should complete a PCHE (Cross Registration) form at their home institution to register for a course here. If you encounter any problems while registering for a Tepper School Ph.D. course, or if you have any questions about the courses and the schedule, please email the Ph.D. program, tepper-phd@andrew.cmu.edu.

Not all classes are available for students outside of the Tepper School.

View the complete schedule for fall 2018 course offerings for non-Tepper School students. [pdf]

Mini-semester 1 Course Offerings:

  • 47-718: Accounting & Information Economics I
  • 47-724: Sem. in Finance III (Corporate Finance)
  • 47-739: Topics in Consumer Behavior
  • 47-762: Healthcare Operations
  • 47-780: Mathematics for Economists
  • 47-800: Microeconomics I
  • 47-803: Dynamic Competitive Analysis
  • 47-811: Econometrics I
  • 47-818: Economics of Contracts
  • 47-834: Linear Programming
  • 47-835: Graph Theory
  • 47-862: Constraint Programming
  • 47-892: Seminar in Organizational Theory (Macro)
  • 47-909: Special Topics in OBT 

Mini-semester 2 Course Offerings:

  • 47-710: Seminar in Accounting
  • 47-719: Accounting & Information Economics II
  • 47-723: Sem. in Finance IV (Financial Institutions & Markets)
  • 47-757: Structural Models & Quantitative Methods
  • 47-801: Microeconomics II
  • 47-802: Macroeconomics
  • 47-812: Econometrics II
  • 47-836: Advanced Graph Theory
  • 47-840: Dynamic Programming
  • 47-861: Convex Polyhedra
  • 47-881: Seminar in Electricity Market Restructuring
  • 47-911: Negotiation and Conflict Management