There are a multitude of programs and courses offered across Lehigh University’s four colleges that provide insight and recognition of entrepreneurial behaviors and skills. Those highlighted here focus on the development of the entrepreneurial mindset as well as the skills related to product development, start-up culture in various business sectors, opportunity recognition, innovation and the creative approach to solving problems in a sustainable way.
Integrated Product Development
BUS 211; ENGR 211– Business, engineering and design arts students work in cross disciplinary teams of 4-6 students on conceptual design including marketing, financial and economic planning, economic and technical feasibility of new product concepts.
Integrated Business & Engineering
IBE 50–Integrated Business & Engineering Freshman Workshop (3) Introduction to how business and engineering activities create value with a focus on innovation, design and the business value chain. Introduction to analytical tools
CSB 312 / 313–Design of Integrated Business Applications I & II Industry-based business information systems design project. Information systems design methodology, user needs analysis, project feasibility analysis of design
IPRE 301–Case Studies in Real Estate Value Creation – An investigation into ways in which the entrepreneur is able to create value through the development or redevelopment of real estate.The course is taught using the case
Art, Architecture and Design
A multidisciplinary program emphasizing the intersection of design with art, architecture, applied art, industrial art, and all their related fields. The programmatic emphasis is on establishing a broad spectrum of inter-related
The Pennsylvania School for Global Entrepreneurship
PSGE is an experience specifically targeting outstanding high school students from throughout Pennsylvania and countries from every corner of the globe. Lehigh’s College of Education, College of Business and Economics
Community Fellows Program
The Community Fellows Program supports partnerships between Master’s level social science programs at Lehigh, and regional agencies that are active in community and economic development. The goal is to give a voice to “ordinary”