Carnegie Mellon University in Australia embodies connect, collaborate and create (C3) as a core philosophy. Its faculty go back and forth between campuses and students get the benefits of faculty from different parts of CMU's global footprint.
A variety of teaching methods are employed across courses and programs including seminars, lectures and case study discussions. A course outline is provided to all students at the beginning of each course and indicates how the course is structured, the learning outcomes, the work requirements and how the course will be assessed. Classes are scheduled to meet for three hours per work. Some classes may include an additional review session each week.
Our world class faculty is drawn from CMU various campuses, with face-to-face teaching delivered by our Adelaide-based and Pittsburgh faculty, and some classes taught by faculty in Pittsburgh, Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C via video conference.