About the TE Program

Ten years of Technical Entrepreneurship alumni form a network of innovators spanning the globe. They are shaking up industry, driving early-stage start-ups, revamping family businesses, and running their own companies.

The program’s experiential learning curriculum delves into relevant topics via real-world case studies, from intellectual property, prototyping, and creativity to product development, entrepreneurship, and corporate venturing.

Through collaboration and iteration, M. Eng. in Technical Entrepreneurship graduate students connect the dots at the intersection of disciplines to launch meaningful careers as problem solvers and innovators in this ever-changing world.

Details on the admission requirements and application process can be found here.

Upcoming Open Houses

Join program faculty, students, and alumni to learn about the curriculum and how it leads to a variety of career pathways. There will be time for live questions and answers.

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Graduate Life at Lehigh University

There are many resources and activities available for grad students, from housing, health and wellness, and social activities, to the Graduate Student Senate and specific career services support.

Innovation in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley

Located 85 miles west of New York City, the Southside Bethlehem Keystone Innovation Zone and Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania are driving forces for innovation in Bethlehem, PA. Technical Entrepreneurship graduate students learn from interacting with regional start-ups, interning at innovative companies, and networking via entrepreneurial online and in-person events. 

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