Carnegie Mellon University follows a distinct approach to undergraduate education that combines professional training with a firm grounding in the arts and sciences. Through your coursework in the arts and sciences, you will broaden your knowledge and learn to draw connections between disciplines.
Arts and sciences courses include mandatory courses in areas such as chemistry, English, math and physics. You can also choose from elective courses in a wide variety of disciplines, including Arabic studies, history, philosophy, psychology and writing.
Courses in the arts and sciences cover a wide range of disciplines for students to explore their interests and career options.
Meet the Faculty
Ravichandra BachuAssistant Teaching Professor, Chemistry
Jennifer BruderAssistant Teaching Professor of Psychology
Lauren BurakowskiAssistant Teaching Professor of Psychology
Hasan DemirkoparanAssociate Teaching Professor, Mathematics
Kira DreherAssistant Teaching Professor of English
Simon FaulknerAssistant Teaching Professor of Chemistry
Pia Gomez LaichAssistant Teaching Professor, English
Samaneh HamidiVisiting Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Erik HelinSpecial Lecturer, Spanish
Zeinab IbrahimTeaching Professor, Arabic Studies
Niraj KhareAssistant Teaching Professor, Mathematics
Thomas MitchellAssociate Teaching Professor, English
Deepa NairAssistant Teaching Professor of History
Marion OliverCo-Area Head, Arts and Sciences
Teaching Professor, Mathematics
Taeyong ParkVisiting Assistant Teaching Professor, Statistics
Silvia PessoaAssociate Teaching Professor, English
Benjamin James ReillyTeaching Professor of History
Dudley ReynoldsCo-Area Head, Arts and Sciences
Full Teaching Professor, English