Lehigh’s College of Business offers students the flexibility of three different undergraduate degrees in business. While each degree has a unique focus, all share a curriculum that’s the Lehigh difference – a rigorous business core curriculum, options to personalize specializations, and exposure to courses beyond business to build skills and perspective.
The Bachelor of Science in Business and Economics is the largest undergraduate business degree program with approximately 1260 undergraduates enrolled.
The degree provides balanced exposure to a solid business core, a minimum of one major area of specialization, and courses beyond business including 15 credits distributed across ways of knowing in the liberal arts and sciences, i.e., social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. Students may major in up to two major areas.
In addition, B.S. in Business and Economics students also have the option of pursuing minors and/or dual degrees across Lehigh colleges. Dual degrees require careful planning and approval. For more information about dual degrees, please see the Lehigh University Catalog.
The Integrated Business and Engineering (IBE) Honors Program is an interdisciplinary program offered jointly between the College of Business and the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. The IBE program designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of business, technology and how they fit together, with a focus on product development and entrepreneurship. Admission to the Integrated Business and Engineering Honors Program is highly selective, with annual admission limited to approximately 50 students.
The Computer Science and Business Program (CSB) integrates computing technologies and business topics at an unprecedented level. Offered as an interdisciplinary degree by the College of Business and the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science, the CSB program is the only one of its kind to be accredited in both computer science and business.