Birthing ideas. Forming teams. Locating capital investors. Such is the stuff entrepreneurs are made of. We’ve made a few.

Academic Courses

  • If you want to learn how to innovate, we have classes across a variety of disciplines, including Sociology of Consumerism and Marketing, Corporate Finance, Building the High Tech Startup, Financial Markets, Social Entrepreneurship, Foundations of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Intellectual Property Law for Engineers, or Industrial-Organizational Psychology.

Dyer Center

The Dyer Center implements student-focused activities to promote entrepreneurship, innovation, and creativity through programs that extend knowledge and skills out of the classroom.

Check out cool programs that tackle real-world problems

  • Technology Clinic is a small group of selected students who work together with faculty mentors to solve a real-world problem proposed by an industrial or government sponsor, addressing the social, technological, and economic factors relevant to a solution.
  • Economic Empowerment & Global Learning Project (EEGLP) takes a multidisciplinary approach toward its community redevelopment initiatives using teams of students and faculty who work hand in hand with residents to tackle real-world economic issues locally, nationally, and internationally.

Looking for a club?

  • Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (C.E.O.) is dedicated to creating a space for students to talk about and explore entrepreneurship.
  • Lafayette Consulting Group (L.C.G.) is a student run organization that provides consulting services to small and medium businesses in the Lehigh Valley.

Speakers and Networking


Take printing and making into your own hands! Spaces to build (hammers) and make (3D printers) exist in several places on campus:


Feel supported as you learn outside of the classroom or work on a venture through the Bergh Summer Accelerator and Data Analytics Bootcamp.