Note: The Integrated Innovation Institute will no longer be admitting and enrolling new students to the Master of Science in Technology Ventures (MSTV) program in Silicon Valley after Spring semester 2022. Students already admitted and enrolled in the MSTV program during or before Spring semester 2022 will remain eligible to complete their degree requirements at the Silicon Valley campus through Spring semester 2023.
Become a tech entrepreneur.
Create an idea, create a business, create a new world. The Master of Science in Technology Ventures program will equip students with the tools and skills necessary to bring their high tech ideas to market.
This program is a distinctive, interdisciplinary master's degree offered by Carnegie Mellon University’s Integrated Innovation Institute, an institute that cross-trains students in the disciplines of engineering, business, and design.
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Why Technology Ventures?
- Bicoastal format delivered at Pittsburgh and Silicon Valley campuses, combining the Carnegie Mellon’s world-class technology academics and research with the world’s most exciting entrepreneurial ecosystem
- Summer internship at an established startup, providing real-world new venture experience in the heart of Silicon Valley
- Excellent opportunities for entrepreneurs, including VentureBridge (a university-wide startup mentorship) ;and strategic Institute partnerships with angel investors and venture capital firms
- Ability for students to focus their studies on applied, emerging technologies in their area of engineering expertise, including biomedical, mechanical, civil and environmental, electrical and computer, material science and chemical engineering