Arts and Engineering Degree
Arts and Engineering Degree Overview
Lehigh’s undergraduate major in arts and engineering is an interdisciplinary program that allows students to experience the breadth of an arts education while simultaneously following the more focused curriculum of an engineering major.
The arts and engineering major is a five-year dual-degree program administered by the College of Arts and Sciences, with students earning two bachelor’s degrees: one from the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science and another from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Arts and Engineering Career Opportunities
Lehigh’s arts and engineering alumni work in fields ranging from biology, computer science, environmental science, geological sciences, geophysics, molecular biology, and statistics to engineering.