Colleges + Programs


Carnegie Mellon offers 90 programs and majors, including minors, within its six undergraduate schools, colleges and inter-college degree programs.

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering is the oldest and largest college at Carnegie Mellon, offering hands-on opportunities to practice engineering.

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College of Fine Arts

The College of Fine Arts (CFA) was the first comprehensive arts training institution founded in the country. CFA concentrates on the education of those who wish to become professionals in the arts.

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Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences

While the Dietrich College offers over 60 majors and minors you’d expect to find in a liberal arts environment, it's no ordinary liberal arts college.

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Information Systems

The Information Systems program draws on the university’s strengths in technology and business, in addition to the humanities and social sciences.

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Mellon College of Science

The Mellon College of Science offers innovative science programs that combine the personal contact found at small colleges with the modern laboratories and research typical of large universities.

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School of Computer Science

One of the first computer science schools in the world, the School of Computer Science consistently ranks among the top computer science programs.

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Tepper School of Business

Tepper is among the world’s best business schools. Both U.S. News and the Wall Street Journal business school rankings consistently place Tepper in the top 10 of undergraduate business programs.

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Interdisciplinary Studies

Carnegie Mellon offers several majors designed for students who want to purse multiple disciplinary passions at once.

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