Carnegie Mellon Engineering




Acceptable Non-Dietrich College/CFA Courses for Non-Technical Electives

NOTE: This is a comprehensive list of courses. Some courses may not be available every semester or may no longer be offered. Check the online Schedule of Classes for availability.

Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • 12-215 Introduction to Professional Writing in CEE

Computer Science

  • 15-221, Technical Communication for Computer Scientists
  • 15-292, History of Computing
  • 15-296, Images of Computing

College of Engineering Interdisciplinary

  • 39-200, Business for Engineers

Engineering and Public Policy

  • 19-405, Risk Perception and Communication
  • 19-666, Special Topics, Energy Policy

Information Systems

  • 67-306, Special Topics: Management of Computer and Information Systems

Tepper School of Business

  • 70-101, Introduction to Business Management
  • 70-160, Graphic Media Management
  • 70-161, Graphic Media Technologies
  • 70-194, Publishing Management in the Information Age
  • 70-311, Organizational Behavior
  • 70-321, Negotiations and Conflict Resolution
  • 70-332, Business, Society, and Ethics
  • 70-340, Business Communications
  • 70-342, Managing Across Cultures
  • 70-343, Interpersonal Communication
  • 70-345, Oral Communications
  • 70-350, Business Acting
  • 70-364, Business Law
  • 70-365, International Trade and International Law
  • 70-366, Intellectual Property and E-Commerce
  • 70-371, Operations Management
  • 70-376, Energy Systems
  • 70-385, Consumer Behavior
  • 70-397, Venture Capital Investing
  • 70-381, Marketing
  • 70-395, Funding Entrepreneurial Ventures
  • 70-414, Technology Based Entrepreneurship for CIT
  • 70-415, Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • 70-416, New Venture Creation
  • 70-417, Topics in Entrepreneurship
  • 70-418: Financing Entrepreneurship Ventures
  • 70-419: Entrepreneurship Practicum
  • 70-420, Entrepreneurship for Scientists
  • 70-421 & 15-390, Entrepreneurship for Computer Scientists
  • 70-430, International Management
  • 70-436, Corporate Social Responsibility
  • 70-471, Supply Chain Management
  • 70-474, Quality Management and Productivity
  • 70-637, Media Design Management
  • 70-641, Color Reproduction
  • 70-643, Publishing on the WWW

English

  • 76-265, Survey of Forms, Poetry

The Heinz School of Public Policy & Management* 

  • 90-717, Strategic Writing Skill
  • 90-718, Strategic Presentation Skills
  • 90-729/94-700, Organizational Design and Implementation
  • 90-830, Introduction to Financial Management of Health Care
  • 90-831, Advanced Financial Management of Health Care
  • 90-836, Legal Issues in Health Systems Management
  • 90-837, Health Project Planning & Management
  • 90-853, Health Care Information Systems
  • 90-861, Health Policy
  • 90-862, Making Public Policy in the Real World

*Limited space is available in Heinz School courses for seniors with at least a 3.0.

Carnegie Mellon University-Wide Studies

  • 99-151, Privilege, Responsibility, and Community
  • 99-242, Meaning Across the Millennia
  • 99-234, Environment Today: The 3 E's of Water
  • 99-238, Materials, Energy, and Environment
  • 99-331, India Today: Industry, Innovation, and Education
  • 99-333, Brazil Today
  • 99-335, South Africa Today
  • 99-336, Muslims in a Global Context
  • 99-337, Muslims in a Global Context: Southeast Asia
  • 99-338, Muslims in a Global Context: Central Asia
  • 99-339, Passport to Global Awareness
  • 99-340, Global Issues, Local Solutions
  • 99-342, Muslims in a Global Context: Europe
  • 99-451, Building Fluency for Presentations: A class for non-native English speakers