Professional Master's DEGREE
in Technical Entrepreneurship

Curriculum and Course Descriptions:
Lehigh's one-year, full-time, residential Master's of Engineering in Technical Entrepreneurship (TE) has a dedicated faculty in a dedicated "maker" space and a dedicated curriculum that focuses on 1) Individual and team skill development; 2) Product, customer, and company design and development; and 3) Product and company launch.

Courses include the topics and activities outlined in these course descriptions and total 30 credits.

2016-17 COHORT:
CLASSES START: JULY 5, 2016


Course Title

Credit
Hours

Summer Session 2 (July-August)
TE 301: Creativity and Systematic Innovation Methods 3
TE 407: IP Creation and Management 2
Summer 2 Total 5
Fall (August-December)
TE 302: Methods in Visual Thinking 2
TE 303: Methods in Prototyping, Modeling and Testing 2
TE 401: Integrated Product Development (IPD) Process - 1 3

TE 403: Entrepreneurial Startup Process - 1

3
Fall Total 10
Spring (January-May)
TE 402: Integrated Product Development (IPD) Process - 2 3
TE 404: Entrepreneurial Startup Process - 2 3
TE 405: Entrepreneurial Startup Projects - 1 2
TE 461: IPD Product Development (IPD) Projects - 1 2
Spring Total 10
Summer Session 1 (May-June)
TE 406: Entrepreneurial Startup Projects - 2 3
TE 462: Integrated Product Development (IPD) Projects - 2 2
Summer 1 Total 5

Program Total

30


Students complete the program in June.

Learn more about Lehigh's Summer Sessions

 

Technical Entrepreneurship @ Lehigh

“There’s a big satisfaction in being able to take control of your career and shape it yourself, especially if what you’re working on resonates with you personally.

Choosing to go through this program was one of the best decisions I’ve made in my academic career.”

– Azim Sonawalla, software engineer, founder, Second Shift Innovations, '12 ’13G TE