The Pittsburgh MSCF campus is located in the heart of Oakland (the academic center of Pittsburgh) on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University.
Oakland is home to several universities, museums, and hospitals, as well as an abundance of shopping, restaurants, recreational activities and students. Classes on the Pittsburgh MSCF campus take place at the Tepper School of Business on Carnegie Mellon's campus. Because of its location within Carnegie Mellon, students who attend the Pittsburgh campus are in a more traditional academic environment.
Housed within Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business, Pittsburgh MSCF students have access to all of the amenities of a world-class university. There are two primary MSCF classrooms that students use within the Tepper School, along with study rooms, event spaces and eateries. Carnegie Mellon's library, gym and other facilities are within a short walking distance of the school. The Full-Time MSCF student class averages between 35 and 40 students.
All of the professors who teach in the MSCF program have offices within Carnegie Mellon University's campus, making them and their teaching assistants easily accessible to students. The MSCF professors have offices within the four schools that make up the MSCF program – the Tepper School of Business, Department of Statistics, Department of Mathematical Sciences and Heinz College.
The MSCF Pittsburgh campus also is home to the Career Opportunity Center (COC), which offers an array of career services to help students in the planning, searching and acceptance phases of their careers. The COC works with students to understand their career goals, and then partners with them to strategically plan their career search.