Your education should embrace who you are. The Drexel LeBow MBA is a rigorous comprehensive learning experience that emphasizes experiential learning and entrepreneurial thinking, while providing focus and flexibility, for a program designed for your individual career path. Read on to explore the many distinguishing features of the Drexel LeBow MBA.
Integrated and intensive experiential components are woven into coursework. These include case competitions, business simulations and real-world consulting for organizations.
All courses apply a global perspective to academic material. In addition, there are opportunities for domestic and international residencies in select programs.
A co-curricular skills-building program offers each student a customized set of workshops and speaking engagements on topics ranging from budgeting and negotiating to evaluating staff and working with boards, designed to aid each student's specific career advancement goals.
Drexel's 10-week quarters offer an advantage for accelerating the introductory accounting, finance and economics foundation courses required of all students, so you can get to the advanced courses in your areas of interest.
Your elective credits can focus on traditional fields such as such as finance, marketing and accounting but in your flexible core you also have the flexibility to pursue topics such as corporate governance, reputation management, leadership or entrepreneurship and international business.
Entrepreneurship is a way of thinking — whether launching a small business or as part of a global corporation. The Drexel LeBow MBA fosters innovative thought leadership — new ideas are cultivated and encouraged as part of our culture. We have the resources, reputation and programs, including the Baiada Center for Entrepreneurship, to provide you with the edge to stand out in the crowd. The Drexel LeBow MBA provides the necessary intellectual depth and pragmatic skills to succeed. Degrees Offered
You can earn a Drexel LeBow MBA in various ways:
Full-time 1-year and 2-year Part-time Philadelphia, Malvern, Pa., Sacramento, Calif. Online MBA Anywhere, MBA in Pharmaceutical Management Executive MBA MBA /M.D. joint degree with Drexel College of Medicine MBA/ J.D. joint degree with Drexel's Earle Mack School of Law
Drexel University's LeBow College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) ─ the top accreditation available — one of only 4% of business schools worldwide, and 25% of U.S. schools to receive this designation.
It's much more than the classroom — your education will be enhanced by co-curricular career skills training and an extensive network of business leaders. Drexel LeBow MBA students exchange ideas with high-level executives; participate in business simulation competitions; and work with LeBow career professionals in developing a personalized career plan. Career Services offers a mentoring program to every full-time student and all students can take advantage of self-assessment resources, job-search tools and organized employer networking activities.
Drexel LeBow enrolls about 1,000 graduate students who represent widely diverse academic, professional, and international backgrounds. Student organizations such as the Drexel MBA Association, LeBow Graduate Student Association (LGSA) and Drexel Women in Business (DWIB) make the LeBow experience more comprehensive. Campus
The main campus of Drexel University is located in Philadelphia, Pa in the University City neighborhood and is within walking distance of 30th Street train station for a direct link to the northeast corridor and the Philadelphia International Airport.
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