Carnegie Mellon Engineering




General Education Exclusions

The following are Dietrich College/CFA courses that may NOT be used toward the Depth Sequence or Non-technical Electives requirements for classes 2015 and earlier or as General Education Electives for classes 2016 and later.

  • 48-115: Physics for Architects
  • 48-210: Statics
  • 48-215: Materials and Assembly
  • 48-217: Structures
  • 48-310: Structures II
  • 48-312: Site Engineering and Foundations
  • 48-315: Environment I: Climate and Energy
  • 48-410: Environment II: Acoustics and Lighting
  • 48-412: Environment III: Mechanical Systems
  • 48-415: Advanced Building Systems
  • 48-431: Bio-Logic Responsive Building Technology
  • 48-456: Design and Construction with the College of Engineering
  • 48-460: Computer Modeling II
  • 48-526: Corporate Real Estate
  • 48-752: Zero Energy Housing
  • 51-131: Computing Skills Workshop Design
  • 51-223: Computer Basics CD
  • 51-341: How Things Are Made
  • 51-401: Individual and Team Project
  • 51-402: Individual Senior Project
  • 51-423: Introduction Computing in Design
  • 60-112: Introduction to Computational Form
  • 70-391: Finance
  • 73-226: Quantitative Economic Analysis
  • 73-251: Economic Theory
  • 73-252: Advanced Microeconomic Theory
  • 73-253: Advanced Macroeconomic Theory
  • 73-260: Econometrics I
  • 73-261: Econometrics
  • 73-270: Writing for Economists (*Unacceptable toward a Depth Sequence in Economics, but Acceptable as a Non-Technical Elective)
  • 73-360: Econometrics II
  • 73-407: Statistical Methods
  • 76-388: Topics in Digital Humanities: Coding for Humanities
  • 79-344: Public History: Learning Outside the Classroom
  • 80-110: Nature of Mathematical Reasoning
  • 80-210: Logics and Proofs
  • 80-211: Arguments and Inquiry
  • 80-222: Measurement and Methodology
  • 80-311: Computability and Incompleteness
  • 80-312: Philosophy of Mathematics
  • 80-314: Logic and Artificial Intelligence
  • 80-315: Modal Logic
  • 80-316: Probability and AI
  • 80-317: Constructive Logic
  • 80-318: Computability and Proof Search
  • 80-319: Computability and Learnability
  • 80-410: Computability and Learnability
  • 80-411: Proof Theory
  • 80-412: Intuitionism and Constructive Mathematics
  • 80-413: Category Theory
  • 80-481: Formal Semantics
  • 85-111: Self-Paced Lisp lab
  • 85-120: General Programming
  • 85-213: Human Information Processing and Artificial Intelligence
  • 85-310: Research Methods in Cognitive Psychology
  • 85-355: Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience
  • 88-211: Introduction to Cobol Programming
  • 88-250: Regression Methods in Social Science
  • 88-251: Empirical Research Methods

**67-XXX: All Information Systems courses, unless otherwise noted in the acceptable list above.

**36-XXX: All Statistics courses, unless otherwise noted in the acceptable list above.