Our MBA programs offer a practical, hands-on approach to learning that is applicable to working professionals and supports both advanced and early career development. Experiential components help bring concepts to life and develop skills and experience necessary for success.
At LeBow, the true meaning of experiential learning through our hands-on MBA program is put into practice both inside and outside the classroom. Classroom experiences include simulations, consulting projects and teamwork. Outside the classroom students take the experience even further engaging in local and international residencies, internships, speakers, workshops and competitions — to harness skills, apply real world MBA knowledge and bring learning to life.
As part of the experiential component, Drexel graduate students work with and present solutions to various business clients to address their business challenges.
Through the MBA international residency, students have the opportunity to study international business online and then experience one week of cultural immersion activities and company visits in the countries of focus.
Graduate students participate in simulations through their core curriculum that offer a real-world market environment where students, working in teams, can compete against each other.
Graduate experiential courses take students out of the classroom, blend theory and practice and promote engagement with University, industry and community.
Case competitions allow LeBow MBA students to think strategically about real-world projects while networking with industry leaders.
World-class speakers travel to LeBow to interact with graduate students of all programs and answer the most challenging questions in business.