Currently, Carnegie Mellon does not have security- or privacy-specific degree programs for undergraduates, but undergraduates may pursue an organized concentration in security and privacy.

The security and privacy concentration is designed to expose students to the key facets of and concerns about computer security and privacy that drive practice, research, and legislation. On completing the curriculum, students will be well prepared to continue developing their interests in security or privacy through graduate study; to take jobs in security or privacy that will provide further training in applicable areas; and to be informed participants in public and other processes that shape how organizations and society develop to meet new challenges related to computer security or privacy.

The concentration is open to all undergraduates in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) as well as the School of Computer Science (SCS). ECE undergraduate students can find more details on the concentration here, and SCS undergraduate students can find more details on the concentration here