Students in Lehigh University's Master's of Technical Entrepreneurship (TE) program come from a wide variety of backgrounds and interests. The current class has undergraduate degrees in finance, foreign languages, industrial and systems engineering, business leadership, civil engineering, international relations, business, biology, mechanical engineering, economics, business information systems, Chinese studies, electrical engineering, entrepreneurship, bioengineering, anthropology, physics, integrated business and engineering, arts, journalism, marketing, and biochemistry.
Some have also completed other graduate degrees. Students come from around the world and close to Lehigh University, as recent undergraduates and with years of professional experience. They arrive both with product ideas already formed and armed with only curiosity, enthusiasm, and a desire learn and create.
The Master's of Technical Entrepreneurship program is the right place for all of them.