Engineering education at Carnegie Mellon is designed to produce leaders and to support creativity. At both the undergraduate and graduate levels, our engineering curricula are sufficiently flexible to allow students to customize their course of study to suit their interests and professional objectives. Our aim is to prepare students for fulfilling, exciting careers and to provide them with the perspective and skills to be leaders in their endeavors.
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Undergraduate students enter the College of Engineering without a declared major. Each department offers an introductory class for students to learn the basics of each discipline. Our students are required to complete at least two introductory courses in their first year, which will help them choose a major in their second semester.
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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.
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Creativity, curiosity, and engineering intersect at Build18
Build18’s mission is to provide students with a risk-free environment to pursue personal engineering challenges, where the only limiting factor to creation is their own ingenuity. The festival signifies the start of the spring semester and a chance for students to build for fun.
CMU and KMITL to launch collaboration
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) announced a long-term collaboration to significantly expand research and education in the areas of information, computing, and autonomous technologies.