Our academic requirements are broken into seven components. Students must complete 364 units to graduate, courses are normally 9 units.
Business Core - 102 Units
The essential elements on which the practice of leadership for all business is based are found in the Business Core courses.
Breadth Requirements - 81 Units
Business, global business in particular, requires broad knowledge of people and culture that is at the basis of all human understanding.
Tracks - 54 Units
While the practice of business is general, in-depth knowledge creates strengths for accessing careers and further study.
Mathematics, Statistics, and Computing - 59 Units
The use of quantitative information in management decision making is the hallmark of Carnegie Mellon business education.
Economics - 27 Units
Quantitative and theoretical knowledge about resource allocation creates the foundation for understanding business policy and practice.
General (Free) Electives - 32 Units
The unique feature of our undergraduate business curriculum is found in electives that give you the ability to explore, to grow, and to become. Students must take 3 to 4 courses of their choice to meet the 364 unit graduation requirement.
Professional Service Project - 9 Units
Professional and social networks can be cultivated through service in professional or community organizations.