We offer graduate and undergraduate degree programs in biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil and environmental engineering, electrical and computer engineering, engineering and public policy, information networking, materials science and engineering, mechanical engineering, Engineering and Technology Innovation Management, and Energy Science, Technology, and Policy. Our “maker” culture is ingrained in all that we do; our Maker Ecosystem brings together faculty and students from many disciplines to create, physically realize, and evaluate solutions to complex problems in industry, government, and academia.
Full List of Areas of Study
- Biomedical Engineering
Collaborate across engineering disciplines and with cutting-edge medical facilities in Pittsburgh for a strong foundation in both biomedicine and traditional engineering.
- Carnegie Mellon University Africa
Prepare to be a technology manager and innovator through a multidisciplinary curriculum with a special emphasis on emerging ICT innovations and applications in Africa.
- Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley
Combine the rich heritage and resources of Carnegie Mellon’s Pittsburgh campus with the opportunities of the dynamic Silicon Valley business environment with programs designed to innovate in research and support entrepreneurs.
- Chemical Engineering
Explore chemical and process systems engineering research and computing in one of the oldest chemical engineering programs in the country.
- Civil & Environmental Engineering
Gain hands-on experience, explore personal passions, and devise imaginative solutions to global challenges of climate change, energy efficiency, and more in environments both natural and constructed.
- Electrical & Computer Engineering
Study electrical and computer sciences with an emphasis on entrepreneurship, maker culture, and a practical, conscientious application of knowledge.
- Engineering & Public Policy
Prepare yourself for a career in any engineering discipline, fortified with the robust understanding of the economical, social, historical, and political factors that affect it.
- Information Networking Institute
Develop technical, interdisciplinary skills in information networking, security, and mobility while incorporating business and policy perspectives.
- Integrated Innovation Institute
Synthesize the primary disciplines in product and service innovation, including functional performance (engineering), human interface (design), and economic value (business) while focusing on innovation methods and practice.
- Materials Science & Engineering
Discover the unique behaviors, properties, and development of new materials, and learn how to use this knowledge to solve real-world technical challenges.
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Energy & Environment
Modeling the solubility of organic compounds
By studying the reactions of hydrophilic organic compounds to high salt concentrations, a research team in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering successfully identified a model that accurately describes the solubility of organic compounds.