One of the defining characteristics of a Lehigh education is the first-rate undergraduate experience our students receive both in and out of the classroom. Lehigh offers an academic environment where living and learning go hand in hand.
Undergraduate students can choose from among 90 undergraduate programs and majors and more than 20 cross-disciplinary programs. Over 2,000 courses are available for students to build an academic plan that will allow them to pursue their intellectual interests and combine their passions. Students can take coursework through all three of the university’s undergraduate colleges–the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business and Economics, and the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. Students interested in a teaching career can also enroll in a five-year program through the graduate College of Education or work on a minor in education.
Lehigh also offers experiential learning opportunities both on its campus and in the world at large. Undergraduates can study abroad in 40 countries, spend a semester in Washington, D.C., and undertake internships and cooperative-learning assignments in some of the world’s most prestigious work environments.