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Our approach to graduate studies is decentralized. The departments develop and manage their own degree programs and admission processes. Most departments offer a course-based M.S. program as well as research-based M.S. options and Ph.D. programs. Our culture encourages collaboration in education and research across disciplines, departments and colleges within Carnegie Mellon.
Graduate Studies are coordinated at the department level. Contact the relevant graduate coordinator.
In addition to graduate degrees in the traditional disciplines, the College of Engineering offers the following interdisciplinary programs:
- Energy Science, Technology and Policy
- Engineering & Technology Innovation Management
- Engineering & Technology Innovation Management Dual Degree Program
- Information Networking Institute
- Colloids, Polymers & Surfaces Program
- Architecture, Engineering & Construction Management
- Integrated Innovation for Products & Services
- MBA and Engineering Integrated 5-year Program
If you are pursuing graduate studies outside of the US, we can offer options for a Carnegie Mellon degree. Through distance learning technologies and partnerships with local governments and academia, our students are located around the world. Learn where our programs are located.
Graduate Student Resources