Virtual events on admissions, career paths, and life as an ECE grad student

If you are a science and engineering undergraduate student at Lehigh or elsewhere and considering the pursuit of an advanced degree, register today for one of these free online conversations!

These Webinars, scheduled for maximum accessibility, will bring together faculty and students from across the department to share general tips for success in identifying the right program and applying to graduate school. You'll also get the inside scoop on ECE's graduate programs, how the admissions process works, and the benefits of being a member of the department's vibrant intellectual community.

Q&A: GRADUATE STUDIES IN ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

ECE DEPARTMENT GRADUATE WEBINAR

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14

REGISTER HERE FOR 8AM-9AM WEBINAR

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ECE DEPARTMENT GRADUATE WEBINAR

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17

REGISTER HERE FOR 7PM-8PM WEBINAR

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Q&A: GRADUATE STUDIES IN ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28
[TWO SESSIONS, SAME DAY; BOTH TIMES U.S. EASTERN]

REGISTER HERE FOR 9AM-10AM WEBINAR

REGISTER HERE FOR 9PM-10PM WEBINAR

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Q&A: GRADUATE STUDIES IN ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12
[TWO SESSIONS, SAME DAY; BOTH TIMES U.S. EASTERN]

REGISTER HERE FOR 9AM-10AM WEBINAR

REGISTER HERE FOR 9PM-10PM WEBINAR

These webinars will help you understand the requirements and responsibilities of ECE grad students and give you a clearer picture of how these advanced degrees can advance your future:

Graduate Programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering @LehighU
Lehigh's ECE graduate programs allow students 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. Each graduate student enrolling in thesis or dissertation develops a program of study in consultation with a graduate advisor whose technical interests are in the same area. Our degree programs balance formal classroom instruction and research, and are tailored to the individual student's professional goals. Graduate research is encouraged in areas including bioelectrical engineering, communications, signal processing and networking, computer engineering, electric energy, electronics, and photonics.  See ECE Graduate Admissions for more.