Launched in 2008, the M.Eng. in Structural Engineering program is aimed at preparing students for careers in the professional practice of structural engineering.  The 10-month, 30-credit graduate program attracts students from all over the world and is enhanced by robust industry support.  Classes typically start in July and the students graduate in May.

The curriculum excels at balancing the theoretical with the practical, combining coursework with a group project focusing on the design of a real-world structure. Students graduate prepared to address the myriad performance, cost, and public welfare decisions involved in large-scale structural engineering projects.

We hope you’ll enjoy exploring all our program has to offer. Some of your questions may be answered in this Q&A with current M.Eng. in Structural Engineering program students. For any other questions, please feel free to contact us or to schedule a visit.



Message From The Director, Jennifer Gross

The COVID-19 health crisis has presented the world with new challenges to navigate. This spring, the M.Eng. in Structural Engineering program is allowing students to take all courses remotely, or to have hybrid scheduling with some classes remotely and some in-person. 

Throughout this crisis, we remain dedicated to supporting our students, alumni, faculty, staff, and industry collaborators. As we navigate these uncharted waters, our commitment to you is unwavering. Please feel free to reach out with any concerns, hardships, or just to let us know how things are going. Feel free to also review Lehigh's COVID-19 resources and remember - we are in this together!





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