Five World-Class Majors
At Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, we offer five undergraduate majors in fields at the forefront of creating new technology, innovation and economic growth.
Carnegie Mellon’s Biological Sciences program approaches scientific problems from fresh angles using innovative interdisciplinary approaches. A degree in Biological Sciences is excellent preparation for medical school. The program provides students with an education that has both intellectual breadth and depth of exposure to modern research biology.
Carnegie Mellon’s undergraduate Business Administration program, offered by the David A. Tepper School of Business, has earned global recognition for its approach to the study of business management as a science. With a global focus, the Tepper curriculum emphasizes quantitative decision making and an analytical approach to problem solving. Explore a gallery of innovations that have shaped our world.
Spectacular developments in biomedical sciences have occurred over the past 20 years due to advances in biomedical imaging, genomics and proteomics. The Computational Biology program enables outstanding students to become leaders in identifying and solving tomorrow’s biological problems using computational methods.
Carnegie Mellon’s School of Computer Science is known worldwide as an incubator of original ideas that have created some of the most exciting advances in the field. The Computer Science program emphasizes theory and problem-solving skills. In other words, it’s not just about learning to program in C++ or Python, it’s about the ability to adapt and improve as new platforms, languages and methodologies emerge.
The Information Systems program at Carnegie Mellon is an internationally recognized undergraduate major for students who want to design and implement effective solutions to meet organizational and management needs for information and decision support. The Information Systems program also emphasizes project-based experiences in which student teams work on real consulting projects with local companies.