MBA and Engineering
Lehigh’s interdisciplinary program in Business Administration and Engineering (MBA&E) meets the diverse but converging needs of business and engineering by offering students the chance to acquire a solid foundation in both fields.
Key features of the program include:
- The opportunity to learn skills necessary to achieve a competitive edge in an age when business decisions rarely involve only one area of a company.
- Concentrations in business-finance, management, marketing, and supply-chain management, as well as in chemical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial, manufacturing systems, mechanical, and materials engineering.
- Classes in which students work with a wide variety of other professionals on real-world problems.
Graduates of the MBA&E program will be prepared to assume leadership positions in industrial planning, venture capital and engineering management, and as senior managers in roles requiring both technical and business acumen.
The MBA&E program is designed primarily for students with an undergraduate degree in engineering. Applicants are required to have two years of professional experience and must be accepted by both the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science and the College of Business and Economics. Applicants can, however, take engineering courses while they are fulfilling the work requirement.