Carnegie Mellon University

Minors

Links to Minor information

Approximately 1/3 of our students have a minor. You should discuss with your advisor whether a minor is a good idea for you, and the impact it could have on your class schedules. Below are some links to minor programs and some of the more popular minors among our students.

Engineering Minors

CIT minors for non-engineering students:

Business Minor for Engineering or the Business Administration Minor (You may minor in either one.)

Science Minors

Fine Arts Minors

Humanities and Social Science Minors

Premed - Health Professions Program

Popular minors:

  1. Biomedical Engineering
  2. Business Administration
  3. Environmental Engineering and Sustainability
  4. Colloids, Polymers and Surfaces
  5. Chemistry

Other minors students have completed:

  1. French and Francophone Studies
  2. Philosophy
  3. Ethics
  4. Logic and Computation
  5. Jazz Performance
  6. Professional Writing
  7. Chinese
  8. Materials Science and Engineering
  9. Economics