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  • Java programming languageMars probe, volcano explorationFamous actors, musiciansNobel laureates47% graduate population275 Student OrgsCross Functional Multi Disciplinary programs
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  • Chatham AMP Presentation - Nov 2011

    1. 1. H. John Heinz III CollegeCarnegie Mellon University November 29, 2011 Bridget Jakub Associate Director of Admissions jakub@andrew.cmu.edu
    2. 2. Agenda• Introductions• Carnegie Mellon University• H. John Heinz III College• Accelerated and Traditional Programs• Admissions, Financial Aid and Career services• Discussion
    3. 3. Carnegie Mellon University• Founded 1900 as Carnegie Technical Institute• Today: research university with 11,000 students• Focus on multidisciplinary applications of learning• Well-known for technology, robotics, engineering, fine arts, business and public policy
    4. 4. University Structure Carnegie Mellon University Heinz College Information Policy and Heinz College- Systems andManagement Australia Management
    5. 5. Heinz College’s Focus • Professional Degree Programs1. • Professional Skills2. • Professional Careers3.
    6. 6. Masters ProgramsSchool of Public School of Policy & Information Systems Heinz-Australia Management & ManagementMaster of Arts Management Master of Information Systems Management Master of Science in Master of Entertainment Industry Management Information Technology MS in Biotechnology and Management Master of Science in Information Security PolicyMS in Health Care Policy and and Management Management MS in Public Policy and Master of Science in Public Management Policy and Management Master of Science in Master of Public Information Technology Management Highlighted programs offer accelerated option for Chatham undergraduates.
    7. 7. Interdisciplinary Global Impact Curriculum College- AnalyticalPremier wide and TechnicalFaculty Skills Strengths Large, Active Diverse Student Alumni Network Population
    8. 8. Skills-Based Curriculum: Common Courses• Finance• Economics• Statistics• Organizational Management• Strategic Presentation Skills• Strategic Writing Skills• Information Technology Policy and Management• Management Science/ Analysis and Information Decision Making Under Modeling Technology Uncertainty
    9. 9. Real World Experience in the Classroom:Systems Synthesis Project• Synthesizes all skills learned up to that point• Work with external organization• Learning by exploring real idea or problem• Required for all full-time programs (except MSBTM which has similar elective)• Completed after 2nd semester
    10. 10. Accelerated Master’s Programs
    11. 11. MS in Public Policy and Management Liberal Arts Science Policy and/or Engineering Management Arts Professionals Economics Business Heinz College
    12. 12. Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM)Policy Analysis Management • Organizations • Maximum benefit, minimum • Mission cost • Performance measures • Resource allocation • Gaps • Adjustments/changing • Modeling and Analysis Policy conditions • Structural change Management Service Delivery
    13. 13. MSPPM CurriculumOutside the ‘core’ Outside the ‘classroom’ Advanced Policy Topics Convocation Advanced Methods Summer Internship Capstone Course Systems Synthesis Project Free Electives/ Policy Clubs Concentrations
    14. 14. Sample MSPPM- Accelerated ScheduleFall - Senior Year Units Spring - Senior Year UnitsUndergraduate Coursework Undergraduate CourseworkUndergraduate Coursework Undergraduate CourseworkUndergraduate Coursework Undergraduate CourseworkEmpirical Methods 12 Management Science (two minis) 12Economic Analysis 12 Financial Analysis 12 CMU Total Units 24 CMU Total Units 24 Summer Internship (required)Fall - Fifth Year Units Spring - Fifth Year UnitsDatabase Management Systems 6 Capstone Course 12Information Communication and Tech 6 Managing in a Multicultural Society 6Professional Speaking 6 Advanced Methods 18Professional Writing 6 Advanced Policy Topics 6Systems Synthesis 12 Advanced IT Elective 12Organizational Design andImplementation 6 Free Elective 6Policy and Politics 12 Total Units 54 Total Units 60
    15. 15. Project Example Pittsburgh Science and Technology H.S.• H.S. curriculum out-dated, not relevant, students dropping out and under-achieving• Superintendent charged students with proposing innovative and sustainable solution• Heinz students developed a research-driven, comprehensive school plan for – – Students and their families – Teacher recruitment and development – Outreach to local organizations• School opened in August 2009
    16. 16. MSPPM Career Data Employment by Region International Northeast Average Salary = $64,220 Midwest 14% 11% 5% High Salary= $100,000 Southeast 3% Mid-Atlantic 67% Employers Government Private/For-Profit Non-Profit/Academia/Others• Cabinet Office • Capital One • Aspen Institute, Council of Women World Leaders• National Science Foundation • Deloitte Consulting • Boston University• Pittsburgh Public Schools • Goldman Sachs • East Asia Institution of National University• The Japanese Government • IBM • FOCUS• USAID • KIPP DC • Kean University Foundation• U.S. Department of Defense • Metropolis Strategies • Greater New Orleans Community Data Center• U.S. Department of State • Misys International Banking • The New Teacher Project• U.S. Environmental Protection Agency • Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners • The New Teacher Project• U.S. Government Accountability Office • PNC Bank • University of Maryland, School of Public Policy• U.S. House of Representatives • Sapient Government Services• U.S. Small Business Administration
    17. 17. MSPPM Exchange Programs Australia (Heinz) India (IIMA) Italy (SDA Bocconi) Mexico (CIDE) The Netherlands (Delft)
    18. 18. MSPPM with 2nd year Policy Concentration & Apprenticeship in Washington, D.C.• Learn from Practicing Professionals• “On the Job” Training• Speakers, workshops• Skills to navigate political, social, analytical landscapes in DC-region• Not available for Accelerated Program
    19. 19. MSPPM with 2nd year in Washington, D.C. CurriculumSecond Year: Previous Guest Speakers: • Apprenticeship • Henrietta Fore, USAID • Apprenticeship • Newt Gingrich, former Workshop Speaker of the House • Systems Synthesis • Henry Kissinger, former Project Secretary of State • Capstone Course • Advanced Policy • Advanced Methods
    20. 20. Global MSPPM Track• Year 1 core classes: Adelaide, Australia• Summer: Internship in Australia or elsewhere globally.• Year 2 core + electives: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania• Graduation in 21 months with global network• No Accelerated Program available
    21. 21. Master of Arts Management (MAM)
    22. 22. Master of Arts Management (MAM)• Heavy focus on practicum• 2nd year apprenticeship (not required) – Work for Pittsburgh-based arts organization – Funding available through the MAM program• Adjunct faculty active in non-profit arts organizations – Pittsburgh Symphony – Carnegie Museum of Art – Cultural Trust• Strong arts presence in Pittsburgh• Future Tenant
    23. 23. MAM Curriculum• Outside the ‘Core’ • Outside the ‘Classroom’ • Advanced Topics in • Summer Internship Fundraising • Apprenticeship • Exhibition Management & • Systems Synthesis Project • Museum Operations -OR- • Performing Arts Management • Arts in Education • Cultural Policy and Advocacy • Facilities Management • 2.5 Free Electives
    24. 24. Sample MAM- Accelerated ScheduleFall - Senior Year Units Spring - Senior Year UnitsUndergraduate Coursework Undergraduate CourseworkUndergraduate Coursework Undergraduate CourseworkUndergraduate Coursework Undergraduate CourseworkCreative Enterprise Systems and Structures 12 Empirical Methods 12Professional Writing and Speaking 6+6 Consumer Marketing 12 CMU Total Units 24 CMU Total Units 24 Summer Internship (required)Fall - Fifth Year Units Spring - Fifth Year UnitsPerforming OR Visual Arts Management 12 Managing in a Multicultural Society 6Economic Analysis 12 Internet Strategies 6Arts Marketing/Public Relations 12 Financial Analysis 12Law and the Arts 12 Strategic Business Planning 6Fundraising for Arts Managers 12 Database Theory and Practice 6HR for Arts Managers 6 Systems Synthesis 12 Total Units 66 Total Units 48
    25. 25. MAM Career Data Employers Job Title • Artnet Worldwide Corp. • Booking Agent • Atlantic Theater Company • Capital Campaign Assistant • CAMI • Company Manager • Madison Opera • Editor/Price Database Department • McMaster Carr • Engagement • Miami Ballet • General Manager • Northlight Theatre • Grants Writer • Target Resource Group • Management Development • Westmoreland Museum of Art • Manager of Marketing & Community • Youth Choral Theater • Marketing Associate • Strategic Communications SpecialistPreferred Location(s): NYC, Miami, Chicago, Cleveland, Madison, Colorado SpringsAverage Salary: $42,250Maximum Salary: $70,000
    26. 26. Master of Science inHealth Care Policy and Management (MSHCPM)
    27. 27. Master of Science in Health Care Policy and Management (MSHCPM)• Two year program emphasizing practical experience• Adjunct faculty active in health care organizations• Unique combination of policy and management in the health care industry• Tracks allow students to focus studies – Economics and policy – Information technology and operations – Management and organizations
    28. 28. MSHCPM CurriculumOutside the ‘Core’ Outside the ‘Classroom’ • Principles of Health Care • Systems Synthesis Management • Summer Internship • Health Economics • Health Law • Health Care Information Systems • Financial Management of Health Care Systems • Health Policy • Project Course • 4 Electives
    29. 29. Sample HCPM- Accelerated Schedule Fall - Senior Year Units Spring - Senior Year Units Undergraduate Coursework Undergraduate Coursework Economics Course at Chatham* Health Policy (POL 445) at Chatham Health Systems 6 Health Information Systems 12 Health Care Management 6 Track Course 12 Track Course 12 Total Units 48 Total Units 48 Required Summer Internship Fall - Fifth Year Units Spring - Fifth Year Units Database Management Systems 6 Management Science I 6 Information Communication and Technology 6 Management Science II 6 Organizational Design and Implementation 6 Health Economics 12 Empirical Methods for Public Policy and Management 12 Systems Synthesis 12 Health Law 12 Track Course 12 Intro & Advanced Financial Management of Health Systems 12 Total Units 54 Total Units 48*48 units of undergraduate courses completed during senior year may counts toward MSHCPM degree requirements
    30. 30. MSHCPM Career Data EmployersAverage Salary = $50,000 • Triage Consulting Group • Bayer Business & Technology Services High Salary= $112,000 • • Deloitte Booz Allen Hamilton • Partners Health Care • Advisory Board Company • Mount Carmel Health System • Deloitte • UPMC – Children’s Hospital Employment by Region • UPMC • Med Assurant Northeast Job Title Other 14% 26% • Administrative Fellow • Analyst Mid-Atlantic • Associate Northwest 39% • Consultant 7% • M.D. West Midwest • Senior Analyst 7% 7% • Sr. Consultant
    31. 31. Master of InformationSystems Management (MISM)
    32. 32. Master of Information Systems ManagementMISM: at theintersection of M Itechnology Management S Information Systemsand management M • Three semesters plus internship • Prerequisites: Java (database, statistics) • Carnegie Mellon’s prominence in information systems and management • A pragmatic, problem-solving program • Fortune 100 Oriented
    33. 33. MISM Curriculum• Inside the Classroom • Outside the Classroom • Distributed Systems • Summer Internship • Object Oriented • 16-month track only Software Analysis and • Information Systems Design Projects • Electronic Commerce • Defensive Hacking • IT Business Leadership • Global e-Business Strategy • Digital Transformation
    34. 34. Example of Systems Project• Client: ClickDiagnostics, Inc.• Applying IT solution to health care problem• Google’s Android mobile development platform – Improve experience for health-workers – Using the Internet to provide consultation – Simplify the identification of ailments
    35. 35. MISM Career Data Employers High Salary = $ 120,000 • Abercrombie & Fitch • Morgan Stanley • Adobe • NetAppsAverage Salary = $ 87,132 • Bank of America • Oracle • Credit Suisse • PriceWaterhouseCoopers • Ernst & Young • Sandia National Laboratories • IBM • Sentrana Inc. • JP Morgan Chase • TIBCO • Microsoft • TxVia Employment by Region • Ventyx Midwest Southeast 11% 3% Job Title West • Associate Advisor • Program Manager 15% Northeast • Associate Consultant • Risk Analyst 42% • Associate Systems Analyst • Senior Applications Engineer Southwest • Consultant • Senior Associate Mid-Atlantic 3% • IT Analyst/Developer • Senior Consultant 26% • Market Segment Manager • Software Engineer • Model Developer • Software Research & Development • Technical Account Manager
    36. 36. Traditional Degree OptionsMS in Information Security Policy and Management (MSISPM)MS in Biotechnology and Management (MSBTM)Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM)
    37. 37. Master of Science in InformationSecurity Policy and Management (MSISPM)
    38. 38. Master of Science in Information Security Policy and Management (MSISPM)MSISPM is a 4 semester professional degree program geared towards people with a passion for the complexities and interdisciplinary aspects of information assurance
    39. 39. Scholarship for Service• For domestic MSISPM students only• Full scholarships and stipend through grants from the National Science Foundation• A minimum of two years of full-time government service post graduation• http://www.sfs.opm.gov
    40. 40. MSISPM Curriculum• Outside the ‘Core’ • Outside the ‘Classroom’ • Network Security Analysis • Information Security Project • Terrorism, Security & Intelligence Or • Master Thesis • Privacy in the Digital Age Or • IT Project Management • Summer Internship* • Defensive Hacking • Power & Influence
    41. 41. MSISPM Career Data Employers High Salary = $ 93,000 • Alliance Bernstein • Bank of AmericaAverage Salary = $ 78,400 • Barclays Capital • Booz Allen Hamilton • Deloitte and Touche • Integralis • Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Employment by Region • Sandia National Laboratories • U.S. Government Southwest 20% Job Title • Analyst Northeast • Associate Professional Staff 50% • Consultant Mid-Atlantic 30% • TAP Program Technical Associates • Technical Staff • Technology Analyst • Security Engineer
    42. 42. Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM)
    43. 43. Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM)• Simultaneous formal training and hands-on practical experience• Year one in Pittsburgh: core management coursework• Year two in Los Angeles – Specialized coursework taught by leading entertainment industry professionals – Internships in a studio, agency or production company with industry professionals
    44. 44. MEIM Curriculum• Outside the ‘core’ • Outside the ‘Classroom’ • Production Management • First-Year Assistantship • Feature acquisitions • Summer Internship • Film/Television Business • Second-Year Internship Affairs • Business Plan Project with • Negotiation Entertainment Industry • Script/Story Analysis clients • Story Development • Student membership in TV • Television Marketing Academy • Film Distribution/Marketing • Intellectual Property Rights Issues • Creative & Multi-Platform Producing
    45. 45. MEIM Summer Internships• Steiner Studios, NY • Troika Design Group• Carolyn Davis Casting Balt., MD • NBC Universal• Mandate Pictures/ The Weinstein • Academy of Television Arts and Company Sciences• Sony Music Entertainment • Mosaic-Production• RED, NY/ Allied Live, NY • Principal Entertainment• AEG Live, LA • Variety• Mandate Pictures • Atlas Entertainment• Marvel Studios • Bruckheimer Productions: Assist to• Neilson Creative Exec, TV• Blizzard Entertainment • One For The Money -Lakeshore Enter.• Fortex Group, NY • I Am Number IV – Dreamworks
    46. 46. MEIM Internships: Fall 2010/11• NBC Universal: Sourcing • NBC-Universal• Industry Entertainment • SyFy Channel• Lionsgate Films • Dick Clark Productions• Sony Pictures • Bruckheimer Gaming• Dreamworks Animation • Mosaic Media Group• Universal International Distribution • OTX Research• Live Nation • Bruckheimer Productions• AEG Live • Spyglass Entertainment• LA ICM • Culver City• MTV Productions • Troika Design Group• International Creative Management • The Conan Show• Neilson • Open Entertainment• Warner Bros. Studios • Paramount Studios
    47. 47. MEIM Career Data Employers Job Title• Bruckheimer • Account Manager• CitizenNet • Agency Assistant• Creative Artist Agency (CAA) • Assistant• International Creative Management (ICM) • Assist Production Coordinator• Jack Morton Worldwide • Assistant to SVP of Alternative Programming• Mosaic Media Group • Coordinator - Worldwide Digital Marketing• NBC (Community) • Executive Assistant• OTX • Experiential Marketing Specialist• Paradigm Talent Agency • Film Research Coordinator• Paramount Studios • Operations Coordinator• Participant/Open Entertainment • Page• Showtime • Production Assistant• Sony • Temporary to Permanent• SyFy82% students are employed by LA-area firms within 4 months of graduation with anaverage salary of $38,533
    48. 48. Master of Science in Biotechnology and Management (MSBTM)
    49. 49. The MSBTM Value Proposition• A 4-semester program founded in 2007• Partnership among the Tepper School of Business, the Mellon College of Science and Heinz College.• Unlike other universities, which host their biotechnology programs and degrees in schools of engineering or science, the MSBTM is the only truly interdisciplinary program that ensures an equally balanced yet in-depth emphasis on business and science.• The goal of the program is to train managers who can simultaneously balance regulatory, scientific, and business issues.
    50. 50. MSBTM Courses – 198 units, minimum 48 from each school
    51. 51. MSBTM Career DataAverage Salary = $70,192 Job Title • Associate • Biopharmaceutical Leadership Development Program • Business Consultant • Consultant • Investment Banking Analyst • Market Analyst Employment by Region • Market Intelligence Analyst Southwest • Market Research West 8% • Operations Rotational Development Program 16% • Quality and Regulatory Manager • Sr. Associate II- Regulatory Affairs • Sr. Consultant Northeast 53% Mid-Atlantic 23%
    52. 52. Representative Companies
    53. 53. ADMISSIONS, FINANCIAL AID AND CAREER SERVICES
    54. 54. Characteristics of Successful Applicants• Commitment• Demonstrated leadership or leadership potential• Clearly defined goals for graduate education• Relevant experience*• Strong academic record• Competitive standardized test scores (if applicable)• Interviews (required) *About 1/3 of Heinz students have less than one year of professional work experience prior to admissions
    55. 55. Accelerated Application Requirements:Who can apply?• Apply in junior year, enroll in senior year• Students with a strong academic record – 3.0 minimum GPA at the end of Junior year – B+ in all Chatham upper level courses specified as transfer courses – B in all courses at Heinz during senior year – B or better in pre-requisite courses• Students who have completed the majority of their undergraduate requirements – Submit Undergraduate Course Requirements Form with Advisor’s Signature – Must complete BA/BS from Chatham by end of spring semester, senior year
    56. 56. Accelerated Program Logistics• Some graduate level courses will fulfill undergraduate requirements and vice versa• MUST earn bachelor’s degree before starting third semester at Heinz• Meet with academic advisor at Chatham to make sure on track to graduate in May of 4th year• Meet with academic advisor at Heinz to make sure you take relevant courses at Chatham
    57. 57. How to Apply • https://app.applyyourself.com/?id=cmu-spp • 3 letters of recommendation – Two academic (faculty) – One professional (internship or employment supervisor) • Official transcripts (from Chatham University and any other schools attended)* • Official GRE (general test) or GMAT scores (if applicable)* Enrolled 4-1 students must also submit final transcript from Chatham showing undergraddegree completion prior to start of third semester at Heinz College.
    58. 58. How to Apply (continued) • Professional resume – Include all work experience (internships and hourly jobs) – Include volunteer and extracurricular activities, particularly leadership positions • Essay – Background and career goals – How this program will help you achieve your goals • Complete Undergrad Course Requirements Form with advisor’s signature • Complete Chatham AMP interview (schedule through admissions by phone 412.268.2164 or email hnzadmit@andrew.cmu.edu)
    59. 59. Required Pre-Requisites for Applicants• Required: Advanced Algebra/Pre-Calculus• Strongly Suggested: Statistics & Economics Quantitative Skills Summer Program (QSSP):alternative for students who need additional preparation before their first semester (admissions committee’s discretion)
    60. 60. Application Deadline• Submit online application by January 10, 2011• Schedule required interview (ideally before deadline)• All materials must be post-marked by the deadline in order to be considered (including undergrad course requirements form)• Notified of your admission status by mid-March
    61. 61. Start Dates & Orientation • All Chatham AMP students begin their course of study in the fall semester of their senior year • Orientation for new students is held the week prior to the start of the fall semester at Heinz • Although taking Heinz classes, considered Chatham student in first year of accelerated program
    62. 62. Scholarships/Aid• Not eligible for graduate scholarships in first year• Very limited scholarship opportunities in second year• Apply early in Spring 2011• Financial Aid contact: hzfinaid@andrew.cmu.edu• Not eligible for fellowships from Heinz
    63. 63. On-Campus Activities• University-wide student organizations – Graduate Student Association – Black Graduate Student Association – Intramural Sports – Net Impact• Heinz College student organizations – E-Cubed - Energy, Environment, and Emerging Technologies – Education Policy Club – Health Policy Club – Heinz Graduate Women’s Association – Heinz Review (online policy journal) – International Development Group – Out & Allied @ Heinz – Student Activities Committee – List keeps growing!
    64. 64. Maximize your career options.• Career/ Job Fairs• Mock Interviews• Resume Review• Cover Letter Writing• Networking Events• Internship and Job Search Resources• Network with CMU and Chatham alumni!
    65. 65. How the Chatham AMP may benefit you:• Diverse student body – Diverse ages and work experiences of students – Networking opportunities!• Graduate with Bachelor’s and Master’s in less time• Lowers the cost of completing your education• Chatham + Carnegie Mellon – Career Services – Alumni Networks• Better prepared for job interviews – Additional fall on-campus recruiting season – Additional class project experience
    66. 66. We welcome visitors!• Visit for your required interview or to learn more in person• Call or email for information: (412) 268 – 2164 hnzadmit@andrew.cmu.edu

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