Grad degrees for engineers—and everyone else!

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Visit Lehigh's stunning Business Innovation Building Lobby on Friday, Oct 20th, between 1pm and 3pm to learn about how a Master's degree in engineering can help you elevate your career!

Friday, October 20th, 2023 | 1pm-3pm
Business Innovation Building | Asa Packer Campus | Lehigh University
201 E Packer Ave, Bethlehem, PA 18015



Should I go to grad school?

It’s one of those decisions in life when typing a question into Google just isn’t going to cut it.

“Graduate school comes in many different ‘flavors.’ There are numerous and varied paths a student can take—and just as many reasons why the journey is right for some students and not others," says Sabrina Jedlicka, associate professor and associate dean of academic affairs in the Rossin College. "Making those decisions comes down to understanding the options available and determining how they match your interests."

To help STEM-minded students at Lehigh and elsewhere consider the possibilities of graduate studies in engineering, the Rossin College Office of Academic Affairs is hosting a graduate fair for engineers and everyone else.

"We offer Master's degrees in engineering for engineers," says Jedlicka, "and everyone else. Our goal is to equip our students to find the best fit, wherever that may take them."

With programs to help qualified students save up to 50% off the cost of an engineering Master's degree, Lehigh's engineering programs cultivate an interdisciplinary mindset and amplify the power of students' varied backgrounds and experiences. Our engaging coursework, meaningful projects, and extensive networking opportunities will prepare you to take that next crucial step along your professional path.

The bottom line:

Lehigh Engineering can help you sharpen your resumé and advance your career on your terms—
at a significant discount.


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