Academic Disciplines

Our faculty members are among the world’s most highly read and respected business educators. Pioneers as well as educators, faculty members incorporate the latest business and technological advances in course delivery. Professors are experts in their fields and have industry knowledge that enables them to blend the academic and real worlds.

This unique combination of theoretical knowledge and management practice translates into the day-to-day practicality needed for career success. Faculty members maintain strong ties with the regional business community, enhancing the academic experience through guest lectures and special events.

An applied learning hub for <accounting, auditing, tax preparation and related topics.

By using statistics, data management and business modeling, students learn how to leverage business analytics to help translate existing data into strategic decision-making.

Home to faculty whose areas of expertise include Operations Management, Operations Research and Statistics. The Department offers degrees and educates students with a strong interdisciplinary focus, leading to graduates who excel in a wide variety of fields throughout the business world and beyond.

An applied learning hub for corporate financial management, the investment field and the public sector.

The General Business Department is responsible for teaching the general business courses required of LeBow undergraduate students. These courses include Foundations of Business I and II and Business Consulting. The department also offers seminar courses in social entrepreneurship, decision making and leadership.

Dedicated to the recognition and understanding of the law and its applicationn to make informed and intelligent decisions in the business world.

The Management Department encompasses the academic disciplines of Management Information Systems, Strategy and Entrepreneurship, and Organization Sciences.

The study of business and computerized information technology. The goal is to integrate both areas of expertise and apply the power of technology to solving business problems.

LeBow’s Undergraduate Marketing program was ranked 20th in the nation in the area of Marketing Management by BusinessWeek.

LeBow’s home for the academic study of market systems, major economic institutions, economic policy and development.

College News

October 17, 2014 Several members of the Drexel LeBow community participated in the 2014 Pennsylvania Conference for Women, held Oct. 16 at the Philadelphia Convention Center.
October 10, 2014 Student Bobbie McKenna writes: “From ages 5 to 15, my education was atypical… I was taught through a mix of weekly classes (at home) or ‘experiential’ learning.”
October 3, 2014 Discussion participants included one of the nation’s top experts on corporate social responsibility, Drexel LeBow professor Dan Korschun.
October 1, 2014 Economists traditionally assume that people are well informed, rational and act in their own best interests; but some economists can’t help but notice situations where this theory doesn’t ring true.