What makes the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences and Carnegie Mellon University unique?
Our multidisciplinary approach to solving real-world problems, an equal commitment to both undergraduate and graduate education and a demand that our faculty be excellent teachers as well as pioneering researchers.
The Dietrich College highlights CMU’s distinct blend of collaboration and innovation in many ways. We offer a range of traditional, interdisciplinary and inter-college degree programs. With approximately 1,400 undergraduate and graduate students, the Dietrich College is the second largest academic unit at CMU. With seven departments and four specialized undergraduate programs, including joint offerings with the College of Fine Arts and the Mellon College of Science, students have many various opportunities to explore to make their college experience and education their own.