Undergraduate Programs

LeBow is your business lab – you’ll experiment with your career in co-op and experience what you learn in simulations and competitions. Undergraduates benefit from state-of-the-art facilities, unparalleled student support, technology and world-renowned faculty.

Experiential Learning

At LeBow, we teach differently. Our students don’t just learn in the classroom; ample opportunities for hands-on learning outside the classroom provide a better understanding of the big picture.

Earn 18 months of professional experience and graduate with a resume that will provide you with a huge advantage over students graduating from other universities.

Expand your horizons by studying in another country during an academic term.

Students enrolled in Applied and Advanced Portfolio Management manage Drexel LeBow’s equity portfolio, which consistently outperforms its benchmark.

Student Life

Vibrant city life, numerous student organizations, on-campus events and your co-op opportunities provide you the tools to have a well-rounded, dynamic experience at LeBow.

Each community has an academic focus and an experiential edge. Live, learn and support each other on this amazing academic adventure.

Get involved, build your network and enhance your college experience with other LeBow students by joining a business-focused student organization.

The Freshman Experience

Freshmen have unique opportunities for learning at LeBow, as well as support from their peer leaders.

Welcome Week

Welcome to Drexel LeBow! Your first week will be a kick off college life. Meet other freshmen with fun activities and events that will be an introduction to all LeBow has to offer.

Peer Leader Program

Incoming freshmen are matched with sophomores who can introduce them to life on campus and in Philadelphia.

Academic Discovery

Special first-year courses provide the exposure you need to choose the field of study that’s best for you, and prepare you for your first real-world job.

STAR Research

This competitive program provides an opportunity for freshmen to explore a discipline through a paid research assistant position.