Heinz College Admissions
Note: This section applies to Heinz College graduate admissions only. For undergraduate admissions in Information Systems, click here.
Every day, Heinz College graduates use the skills in technology, management, and data analytics that they acquired at Carnegie Mellon University to make a positive, global impact. You can join in their ranks by applying now to the program that best suits your mission. Heinz College does not charge an application fee.
This section provides additional details about the application process, admissions requirements, and strategies for financing your education. Please select your program of interest to find out more.
If you’re looking for program overview, including information regarding curriculum, experiential learning, scholarships and financial aid, or career outcomes, please visit the program main page.
The MAM program prepares graduates to use data, technology, and effective management to lead arts and cultural organizations in a connected world.
Entertainment Industry Management
With its first year in Pittsburgh and second year in Los Angeles, the MEIM program gives students a foundation in management and hands-on opportunities with leading entertainment industry clients.
Information Systems Management
Preparing the next generation of technology managers, the MISM program offers multiple track options and trains graduates to design, deploy, and evaluate IT solutions that will transform society.
Information Security Policy & Management
With a blend of strategic and technical expertise, and access to the Software Engineering Institute, the MSISPM program equips graduates to have an immediate impact on the cybersecurity field.
Information Technology (Online)
Designed for professionals seeking to develop IT management acumen while continuing to work, the part-time MSIT program provides on-campus (evening), distance (online), and hybrid learning options.
Public Policy and Management
The MSPPM program offers multiple track options each geared toward the development of exceptional problem-solvers who will use quantitative and technical skills to better society.
The part-time MPM program molds working professionals into managers and leaders with the ability to use data-driven analysis to make smarter decisions for their organizations.
Health Care Policy and Management
The MSHCPM program teaches graduates the complex business of health care, readying them for impactful careers in a health landscape that is rapidly expanding and evolving.
Health Care Analytics and IT
The MSHCA program empowers graduates to harness the analytical and technological expertise of Heinz College to target problems facing the health care sector.
Physicians leading the changes facing health care organizations, systems, and hospitals can learn the management skills they need in the MMM program.