MBA Degree Program

Online MBA Ranked 15th in the World

Online MBA Degree Program

The online MBA program at Drexel LeBow incorporates the same coursework and faculty as our full-time MBA program but features the flexibility of asynchronous online curriculum delivery, offered by Drexel for more than 10 years. The Drexel LeBow online MBA is ranked as one of the top 20 online MBA programs in the world by Financial Times and is AACSB-accredited.

There are two options to earn an online MBA degree at Drexel LeBow:

Accelerated Program Option

The accelerated program option is a 24-month, part-time program which fosters camaraderie among students, while garnering the benefits of earning a degree anytime, anywhere. The program features an [on-campus residency]/academics/graduate/drexel-lebow-mba/part-time-mba/online-mba/online-mba-residencies), online mid-point consulting residency course and optional international residency. This program is designed for students who want to complete their degree faster and can commit to taking six credits each term over a two-year period. See the full plan of study for this program.

Flexible Program Option

The felxible program option is the same online MBA with the ability to complete the degree in 3.5 years, when following the recommended lockstep course schedule. If your personal or work life demands that you can take coursework at a lighter pace, this program option is for you - offering the ultimate flexiblity of 100 percent online delivery. This program also offers an international residency option.

Drexel LeBow's MBA program features both hybrid and online classes and offers options to obtain your MBA completely online with flexible delivery.

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Residencies add hands-on activities and networking opportunities that most online programs don’t offer. Plus, you get to meet your colleagues face-to-face.

The MBA program lets you customize your learning experience to your personal goals and objectives through concentrations, graduate minors and dual degree program offerings.

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