LeBow College of Business
About the College
- Full-Time: one-year MBA and traditional two-year MBA
- Part-time: LEAD (an accelerated MBA), the flexible professional MBA, and executive MBA.
- Online: MBA Anywhere and MBA in healthcare management
About the Curriculum
Graduate business programs at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business provide a high-quality education that blends theory and practice. Students receive individualized attention to help them achieve short-term and long-term career goals.
The Drexel LeBow MBA enrolls approximately 800 students representing diverse backgrounds, 20 percent of whom are enrolled full-time. Approximately 50 percent of the full-time students are international. Drexel LeBow MBA students have come from more than 40 countries in Asia, Europe, South America and Canada.
The part-time MBA programs account for 60 percent of the enrolled students with another 20 percent enrolled in online MBA programs.
Following in the mission of the University’s founder, A.J. Drexel, to provide practical applications of learning, the Drexel LeBow faculty have backgrounds in corporate management and scholarly research. Drexel LeBow faculty combine strengths in teaching and research. They also enjoy strong ties with the corporate community. Corporate and entrepreneurial leaders add to the full-time faculty by coming to campus as guest lecturers or as adjunct professors.
Centers and Facilities
- Sovereign Institute for Strategic Leadership
- Center for Corporate Governance
- Dana and David Dornsife Center for Experiential Learning
In fall 2013, LeBow College opened its 12-story, Gerri C. LeBow Hall, with a finance trading lab, behavioral studies lab and integrated teaching technology in all classrooms. The new building features two lecture halls, 15 classrooms of varying sizes and seating configurations, including case study rooms and cluster classrooms designed to facilitate group work. Other amenities consist of extensive areas of student spaces, including 12 collaboration rooms, two quiet study areas, and 3,500 square feet of student lounges. Gerri C. LeBow Hall brings together faculty, students and staff, in a state of the art building on the University City campus.