About Computing@Carnegie Mellon

Course Overview

Computing@Carnegie Mellon (C@CM) is a 3-unit, pass/fail mini course that will help you develop foundational computing and information literacy skills, focusing on the tools and technologies that are specific to Carnegie Mellon so you can be successful in your other academic courses. All undergraduate students are required to take the course.

Start Your Coursework Early

You can begin your coursework early on July 1st (provided you're enrolled in the course). Starting the course early will give you a jump on the assignments and free up your time for other work later in the semester.

If you're interested in starting your coursework early, follow the steps below:

  1. On or after July 1st, go to Blackboard to find the the Computing@Carnegie Mellon course.
    • Note: You must be enrolled in 99101 X1 before you will see the course in Blackboard. Contact
      c-cm@andrew.cmu.edu for details on how to enroll.
  2. Go through the Course Orientation for instructions on how to get started.
  3. Click the C@CM OLI Course button to launch the online course materials.