Academics at Carnegie Mellon are rigorous, providing our students with expertise in their chosen field of study. We also encourage our students to explore and experience other areas as part of their education. Please take a moment to acquaint yourself with the resources listed below to access information on schedule of classes and course prerequisites, degrees and programs, instructional communication tools and academic-related events.Online Registration (OLR) for course prerequisites and available course sections.
Carnegie Mellon's Guide to Graduate Degrees and Programs provides an overview of degrees offered at the colleges and schools at Carnegie Mellon. For detailed information, contact the relevant department.
The academic calendar provides information on first and last day of classes, holidays, and important dates throughout the school year.
This is an online course communication tool which enables students to interact with course content, the instructor, and their peers outside of the classroom.
To find a specific faculty member search the Carnegie Mellon Directory, or visit a specific School or College.
- The Global Communication Center (GCC) is a tutoring resource supporting our students' efforts to improve their written, oral, and visual communication skills.
- The Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation brings pedagogical and technological issues together to support Carnegie Mellon faculty and graduate students in their roles as educators.
- The University Bookstore offers a variety of books, required textbooks, clothing, gift items, glassware, stationery, classroom supplies, writing instruments, greeting cards, dorm life accessories, calendars, posters, and imprinted university items.