Carnegie Mellon University Undergraduate Admission

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Choose Your Program. Change the World.

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Engineering Programs in the Carnegie Institute of Technology

Engineering School with an Eye to the Future

The Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT), consistently ranked among the top 10 engineering schools in the U.S., is the perfect place for young men and women who want to learn, discover and invent. It is the oldest and largest college at Carnegie Mellon with approximately 1,400 full-time undergraduates, 550 graduate students and 110 faculty members.

Our introductory undergraduate engineering courses give students hands-on opportunities to practice engineering. In your first semester, you will have the opportunity to experience CIT’s project and research based curriculum that includes problem-solving, life-long learning and real-world applications.

Our faculty consists of nationally and internationally recognized experts who guide students in the classroom and lab. This school of engineering is research-intensive and our faculty members are known worldwide for developing leading edge technology and research advancements are brought directly to the classroom.

Undergraduate Engineering Programs

Biomedical Engineering*
Chemical Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Engineering and Public Policy* 
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Music and Technology

*Available as double majors only

Designated Minors for Engineering Students

Audio Engineering
Automation and Control
Biomedical Engineering
Colloids, Polymers and Surfaces
Data Storage Systems Technology
Electronic Materials
Engineering Design
Environmental Engineering and Sustainability
Global Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical Behavior of Materials
Robotics

Designated Minors for Non-Engineering Students

Biomedical Engineering
Engineering Studies
Technology and Policy
Robotics

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