If you know you want to study engineering but aren't sure which degree option is the best fit for you, that's not a problem. You can work with faculty, your academic advisor, and the career coaches at the Berry Career Institute to determine your terminal degree. Cornell students choose from a variety of options, including a single major, a double major, or a major with a minor. That can all be worked out once you've been on campus and spent some time exploring your options.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E.)
Major in engineering
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
If you have an interest in engineering, you could earn your B.A. with one or some combination of majors and minors.
Major in engineering sciences
Bachelor of Special Studies (B.S.S.)
Or you could create your own individualized degree. A B.S.S. gives you the opportunity to design your own degree. Often, but not always, a B.S.S. is an interdisciplinary field of study that you develop with the advice of your academic advisor. You might decide to be an aerospace engineering major, a biomedical engineering major, or something entirely unique to your career goals.