Video Webinar: Graduate Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Recorded on November 14, 2022


Lehigh’s ECE graduate programs allow students the opportunity to deepen their professional knowledge, understanding, and capability within their subspecialties. At the same time, students may elect to engage in studies and research that span multiple specialties and disciplines.

The department offers graduate degrees in the following:

In addition, we offer the Master of Engineering Degree (with no thesis option) in Electrical Engineering. Each graduate student enrolling in thesis or dissertation develops a program of study in consultation with his or her graduate advisor whose technical interests are in the same area.

These programs of study provide a balance between formal classroom instruction and research and are tailored to the individual student’s professional goals. They appeal to individuals with backgrounds in electrical or computer engineering, computer or information science, mathematics, or biological and physical sciences. Key research thrust areas for the department include:

  • Bio-Electrical Engineering
  • Communications, Signal Processing and Networking
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electric Energy
  • Electronics & Photonics

Graduate research is encouraged in these and other areas.


All engineering graduate students must follow the requirements covered in the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Graduate Student Handbook.

In addition, the ECE department requirements are described in the ECE Graduate Student Handbook.


Students can get additional academic and admission information, as well as resources about graduate life on and around campus on the Graduate Student Resources page.