Carnegie Mellon Engineering




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Prospective Undergraduate Students

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.

 

Admissions Process

If you are in high school or are currently attending another college or university and would like to apply for admission, please see the admissions instructions.

If you are an international student, find out about additional requirements.



If you are already a Carnegie Mellon student, find out how to transfer into an engineering department.

If you would like to transfer to the College of Engineering from another university, please follow the transfer credit instructions.

 

Tours/Visiting the College of Engineering

The College of Engineering does not offer general information sessions or tours for visitors. Those are arranged through the specific engineering departments.  Please see the departmental links below for visitor information:

Biomedical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering and Public Policy

Materials Science and Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

For additional information on visiting, please see our section for Visitors.

 

First-Year Experience

The College of Engineering is one of the few engineering schools in the country to offer a program specifically designed to help first-year students succeed. We invite you to visit the First-Year Experience site.