Please note that the CS undergraduate program is not currently doing in-person visits for prospective students.
Dear Prospective Student,
There are a number of resources about the Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science for you to explore to learn about culture, community, and curriculum.
A great place to start is our virtual tour of SCS led by our students.
Choose the School of Computer Science (SCS) for your undergraduate education; directors of the Computer Science, Computational Biology, and Artificial Intelligence provide information about those programs through recorded info sessions.
Some basic info about an SCS undergraduate degree:
For current AP / IB and Cambridge credit questions information is available via the Division of Enrollment Services AP/IB Credit page.
The Carnegie Mellon Career & Professional Development Center offers information about where students work during internships and after graduation. You'll notice that most of our students do internships, and those who want professional positions (almost all) have them after graduation.
We aren't all work and no play! SCS Day is one of the many extracurricular opportunities available to our SCS students. The talent show on SCS Day is especially fun to watch!
Below are resources that may be of interest to you:
Admitted students should contact me directly at 412-268-9497 or email email@example.com
I look forward to hearing from you!
Mary Widom, Undergraduate Program Coordinator
OFFICE: Gates Center, 4115