Lehigh’s undergraduate major in engineering physics offers a dual-degree curriculum that is particularly well suited for students seeking thorough preparation in the field of electronic device physics. It is a combination of the basic electrical engineering and engineering physics curricula and requires 162 credit hours, distributed over five years. The student will earn two degrees: B.S. in electrical engineering and B.S. in engineering physics.
Students who complete this dual-degree program can use their broad-based knowledge in both physics and engineering to explore numerous professional opportunities. Graduates of the program can pursue advanced degrees in academia or in such varied industries as aerospace engineering, materials science and nuclear science, among others.