UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE LAUNCH DUAL DEGREES WITH CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY, SILICON VALLEY
Three exciting new Masters programmes in the areas of technology ventures with engineering specialisms have launched.
The Department of Design, Manufacturing and Engineering Management (DMEM) within the University of Strathclyde has launched three new Masters dual degrees with the Integrated Innovation Institute at Carnegie Mellon University's Silicon Valley campus. The partnership combines the established entrepreneurial success in Silicon Valley with the rich history of innovation in Scotland, further benefited by the recent launch of the Glasgow City Innovation District, situated beside the university.
The two year Masters programmes combine Carnegie Mellon's Master of Science in Technology Ventures discipline with DMEM’s Design Engineering, Systems Engineering Management and Digital Manufacturing specialisms. Students undertaking the programme spend the first year in Silicon Valley, including a summer internship, followed by the second year of the programme in Glasgow, benefiting from an industrial group project.
The programmes enable students to learn how to focus their engineering skills and approach problems like an entrepreneur. Students will expand their expertise in an engineering specialism combined with emerging technologies to help them launch an innovative venture and career worldwide.
This is the first international degree available from Carnegie Mellon University's Integrated Innovation Institute.
Find the newly launched programmes below which are available for students to start on from September 2020.
For any further information please email our admissions team.