These courses strengthen quantitative and analytical skill development.
LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES BREADTH
A broad range of seven liberal arts and sciences courses build understanding of people and cultures.
BUSINESS CORE: ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP
Courses in organizational behavior, communications, and ethics build professional development and leadership.
BUSINESS CORE: BUSINESS ANALYSIS & STRATEGY
Understanding an organization’s core functions are essential for analysis and high-impact decision making.
CONCENTRATION AREA (CHOOSE AT LEAST ONE AREA AND TAKE THREE COURSES IN THAT AREA)
While the practice of business is general, in-depth knowledge creates strengths for accessing careers and further study. Students must choose at least one area and take three courses in that area. A second concentration may be chosen if students are interested and have room in their four-year plan. Click here to see the list of courses in each area.
BUSINESS ELECTIVES (AT LEAST THREE COURSES)
Students must complete 27 units of upper-level Business courses (70-3xx and above) that do not double-count with any other requirement. This may include upper-level Economics courses (up to three 73-3xx) that do not double-count with any other requirement. A second concentration area may be completed in place of this electives requirement.
To complement their study in business, students must complete one minor outside of the Tepper School. This is a distinguishing feature of our business degree, as it adds breadth to our students' education and gives them a chance to learn from some world-renowned faculty in other programs across campus.
For more information about B.S. Business Administration's curriculum, please contact its section on CCM's web page.
Carnegie Mellon University owes its name to businessman Andrew Carnegie, who in 1900 donated a great sum of money for the construction of technical schools for sons and daughters of Pittsburgh’s workers.
Over a hundred years later after its foundation, Carnegie Mellon University has grown and consolidated as one of the most important universities in the state of Pennsylvania, with more than 13.500 students and seven colleges:
The university its known for encouraging its students in developing their ideas and creating a business from it. That’s why it is one of the top American universities with the highest amount of created startups with the amount of investments and researches it has. Its global vision is another of its strengths. Additionally, Pittsburgh’s main campus has facilities in other American cities, another campus in Doha, and many contracts and agreements with African, Asian, Australian, European and Latinamerican institutions.
Carnegie Mellon University does not only have good reputation inside its classrooms, it is also known for having an attractive sports program, making it one of the best universities in the university league for baseball, rugby, football, athletics and swimming.
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