Undergraduate Programs

Organizational Management Classroom and Professor

Organizational Management

The Organizational Management program at Drexel LeBow prepares students with the skills necessary to be successful in their careers, including communication, integrity, teamwork, cross-cultural sensitivity, negotiation, leadership and vision. These skills are highly coveted by employers and strongly complement core technical knowledge gained in majors such as finance, accounting, marketing and engineering.

The program provides a solid foundation of skills that are highly sought after in any field. The co-major/minor in Organizational Management can be paired with majors within LeBow or from other colleges to help you develop these skills and succeed in your chosen career.

The Organizational Management co-major focuses on training students to:

  • Develop and exhibit leadership skills
  • Work in diverse teams
  • Build relationships and networks
  • Communicate and negotiate effectively
  • Manage their careers

Ways to Study

BS in Business Administration (co-major)

Students studying organizational management will receive a BS in Business Administration with a co-major in Organizational Management and one of the following:
Accounting, Business Analytics, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Legal Studies, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Operations and Supply Chain Management or Technology Innovation Management

Additional Resources

BS / MBA Dual Degree

LeBow’s BS/MBA program provides academically qualified students with the opportunity to earn both a bachelor’s degree and an MBA with five years of study. Learn more >

Minor in Organizational Management

A minor in organizational management can be a great supplement to a wide range of degrees. More details are available in Drexel’s Course Catalog.

All interested students should meet with an advisor. Make an appointment by calling the Undergraduate Advising Office at 215.895.2110.

Average Co-op Weekly Pay

$635

Top Co-op Recruiters

  • Cisco Systems

  • Morgan Lewis Bockius

  • National Board of Medical Examiners

Organizational Management News

Based on an upcoming paper co-authored by Drexel LeBow assistant professor of management H. Dennis Park, the article explains that using red in a business presentation might turn off investors.
Drexel is home to a lot of winners and that is certainly the case with LeBow’s Ph.D. students. Scott Dust, who is graduating next week with a doctorate in management, was recognized with the Outstanding Promise Doctoral Award by the University. 
Jeffrey Greenhaus, Ph.D., Drexel LeBow’s William A. Mackie Chaired Professor, knows a thing or two about commitment. He’s been a member of the College’s faculty for more than 30 years. He’s been married to his wife, Adele, for 44 years. He even lives in the same Cherry Hill, N.J., home that he and his wife purchased in 1981, the year he joined the faculty.