LeBow College of Business

About the College

LeBow College of Business is among just 25 percent of business schools nationwide accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Drexel LeBow offers a range of master’s degrees, including master of science (MS) degrees, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA), as well as two doctoral degrees: the PhD in Business Administration and the Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA). Additionally, the School of Economics offers master of science and doctoral degrees.

The MBA degree offers a variety of delivery formats, including face-to-face or online, part-time or full-time and at a satellite campus in Malvern, Pennsylvania. Additionally, the Drexel LeBow MBA offers customization and specialization in areas including business analytics, finance, marketing, strategic technology and innovation management, and more — a number of which are STEM-designated.

Prospective students interested in Drexel LeBow graduate programs are not required to have undergraduate degrees in business.

About the Curriculum

Graduate programs at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business provide a high-quality, real-worldfocused 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 900 students representing diverse backgrounds; the College’s MBA students have come from more than 65 countries in Asia, Europe, South America and Canada.

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 — combining their strengths in teaching and research — as well as 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

This marriage of academic rigor and practical applications can also be seen in the development of the school’s Centers of Excellence. Centers of Excellence are catalysts for research and innovation, think tanks for nationally significant trends and issues, and incubators for opportunities in business and integration among disciplines. LeBow's Centers of Excellence provide students with meaningful experiential learning and impact the performance of business in our region and around the world. As part of the curriculum Drexel LeBow MBA students will take courses which reside in the centers and will see firsthand how practical learning is applied.
 The Centers are:


The 12-story, 177,500-square-foot home for LeBow College of Business is located at the heart of the Drexel University campus, at the intersection of Woodland Walk and Market Street, where it forms a gateway to Drexel and a backdrop to the historic statue of A. J. Drexel (Moses Ezekiel, 1904). The diagonal massing of the lower floors follows Woodland Walk and combines with the new Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building (Diamond & Schmitt, 2011) to energize the University’s central quadrangle. The building’s tower will mark the LeBow College and Drexel campus from all directions while the open, glassy Market Street façade will showcase the College’s student activities to passersby.

The building’s organization unites the school’s various constituencies around a five-story-high atrium ringed by classrooms, student lounges, events spaces, and offices. The atrium is immediately accessible from main entrances at the three corners of the building. An open stair within the atrium leads to a 300-seat auditorium and 100-seat lecture hall one floor below and to a divisible multipurpose room and additional classrooms above. The building’s upper floors contain faculty offices interspersed with seminar rooms and group study rooms. The top floor houses the Dean’s suite and a boardroom and conference suite that opens to east- and west-facing terraces.

The building’s warm masonry and glass exterior reflects the emerging vocabulary of the next generation of Drexel buildings. Sophisticated solar shading devices allow maximum transparency between the inside and outside while supporting the building’s high environmental aspirations.

Key Building Features

  • Five-story atrium
  • Finance trading lab with Bloomberg Terminal Room
  • 300-seat auditorium
  • 160-seat event space
  • 100-seat lecture hall
  • 45-seat seminar rooms
  • 44-seat computer classrooms
  • 60-seat classrooms
  • Executive MBA classroom
  • 24-seat classrooms
  • Special areas for experiential learning simulations and business consulting
  • Videoconferencing capabilities
  • Integrated teaching technology in all classrooms
  • Recording studio to support LeBow College’s online programs
  • Extensive areas for students to gather socially and for collaborative study, including student collaboration rooms, two quiet study areas, and 3,500 square feet of student social space
  • EMBA Alumni Lounge for the exclusive use of EMBA alumni
  • Behavioral Studies Lab
  • Starbucks
  • Green Globe certifiable, meeting worldwide sustainability standards

Gerri C. LeBow Hall brings together faculty, students, and staff in a state-of-the-art building on the University City campus. Please visit the LeBow College of Business webpage, the Behavioral Lab webpage, and the Finance Trading Lab webpage to learn more about Gerri C. LeBow Hall.

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