Carnegie Mellon Engineering




Undergraduate Degrees and Options for Minors

Majors

Undergraduate students may earn a Bachelor of Science degree in the following disciplines:

Double Majors

Double majors can be pursued (with one of the above five disciplines) in:

Minors

If you are interested in pursuing a minor, you will need to contact the specific department, as their application and enrollment process may differ.

Undergraduate engineering students can complete an interdisciplinary Designated Minor. A student is free, but not required, to pursue a designated minor from the following list. Learn more about the following minors in the course catalog

  • Audio Engineering
  • Automation and Control
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Colloids, Polymers, and Surfaces
  • Electronic Materials
  • Environmental Engineering and Sustainability
  • Global Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Mechanical Behavior of Materials
  • Robotics

 

Non-engineering students can pursue minors in the following areas:

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Engineering Studies
  • Technology and Policy
  • Robotics

 

Non-CIT Minors for Engineers to Consider:

  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Development
  • Business Minor for Engineering (CIT Students Only) 
  • Global Systems & Management

 

Find out more about transferring to a different CIT program.

 

Engineering & MBA 5-Year Integrated Program

Engineering students may pursue the Engineering/MBA 5-Year Integrated Program. Students will earn a bachelor of science in engineering and masters of business administration. Visit the Engineering/MBA 5-Year Integrated Program website for an overview of the program and admissions process.