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Fields of Study
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BS in Business Administration
The Tepper School offers just one degree and major in business - the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. The status of a BS degree is determined by the curriculum's emphasis on quantitative and analytical skills development as a foundation for studying business.
Students earning the BS in Business will focus on one area of study, or track (such as finance, marketing or entrepreneurship), along with a minor. Details of the degree requirements can be found in the Carnegie Mellon Undergraduate Catalog.
BS in Computational Finance
The BS in Computational Finance is an inter-college program, offered by both the department of Mathematical Sciences in the Mellon College of Science (MCS) and the Tepper School of Business. Students who are accepted into this program may choose to have either MCS or the Tepper School as their home college. Those students in MCS will focus more on mathematics, while those in the Tepper School will take more business-related courses.
The Computational Finance program allows students to apply the disciplines of mathematics, probability and statistics for building mathematical models for the finance industry.
Students may apply to the Computational Finance program in the sophomore year. For details about its curriculum, please view the program's description in the Carnegie Mellon undergraduate catalog.
Additional Major in Business Administration
The Tepper School offers an additional major in business to students in any of the other schools and colleges at Carnegie Mellon. Combining business with another major can provide very strong career preparation for certain students with plans to go into such areas as consulting, entrepreneurial ventures and project management.
To earn the additional major, students need to complete the following two components of the business major. For more information, view the Carnegie Mellon Undergraduate Course Catalog.
Quantitative and Analytical Skills Courses
Students may apply for the additional major when they've met the following qualifications:
Students considering the additional major should be aware that additional time and flexibility may be required to satisfy all requirements.
Minor in Business Administration
The Tepper School offers a minor in business to students in any of the other schools and colleges at Carnegie Mellon. Whether majoring in areas such as architecture, chemistry, or philosophy, many students find it quite valuable to gain business knowledge and skills through the minor.
There are six course requirements for the Business minor.
Students may apply for the minor when they have sophomore-year status and have completed two courses for the minor with at least a 3.0 grade point average.
The Business minor for Engineering students:
Students enrolled in an engineering program in the Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT) here at Carnegie Mellon may opt for a version of the business minor that focuses more on operations and quality management.
There are six course requirements for the Business minor for CIT students:
CIT students may apply for the minor when they have sophomore-year status and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50.