Beginning with the January 2011 semester, Heinz College will count both the units AND the grade for any class taken at another university in Pittsburgh, through the Pittsburgh Consortium on Higher Education (PCHE) arrangement. These classes will appear with units and grades on your Carnegie Mellon University transcript and will factor into your Heinz units and qpa. The University will typically count a 3 credit class elsewhere as 9 units (which will appear on your official transcript), but Heinz will count that same class as 12 units, according to the values we assign to full-semester classes.
Below are links to program handbooks and various forms for our currently enrolled students. This printable information is in PDF format and requires Adobe Acrobat Reader.
H. John Heinz III College adheres to Carnegie Mellon University's governing policies, which are available on the University's website.
Visit Carnegie Mellon's Graduate Studies website to learn more about the many facets of graduate studyat the University.
Update on Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) Cross-Registration: