Ph.D. Admissions

Applications are now open for FALL 2015 admissions

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LeBow College of Business seeks applicants with exceptional ability and the motivation to succeed in a research-oriented program.

Admission to this full-time program is competitive and highly selective. Ph.D. candidates must specify their proposed area of specialization, as their credentials will be compared to the credentials of other applicants to the same specialization area. There may be relatively few openings in a given area. All admitted Ph.D. students have full-time status.

The deadline for applying to the Fall 2015 enrollment is January 15, 2015.

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Admission Standards

LeBow College of Business seeks applicants with exceptional ability and the motivation to excel in a research-oriented program.

Online Application

Completed applications are due no later than January 15th for entrance to the program the following fall.

Assistantships and Financial Aid

All Ph.D. applicants are automatically considered for a graduate assistantship.

Ph.D. Admissions News

April 21, 2014 PhD economics candidate Tom Zylkin has won the Lindau Award awarded to outstanding young scholars in the field of economics.
January 14, 2014 LeBow Ph.D. student Thomas Zylkin recently returned from a Visiting Assistant in Research position at Yale University.
November 26, 2013 Monique Bell, Ph.D., a 2013 alumna of the LeBow Ph.D. program, was recently honored by the Ph.D. Project, an organization that encourages underrepresented groups to pursue business doctoral degrees.
November 20, 2013 Chris Laincz wonders if the Godzilla movies he loved to watch as a kid led to his fascination with all things Japanese.

Upcoming Events

Thu. Nov. 6th. @ 06:00pm

Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business Ph.D. Program invites you to find out more about what it means to be in a Ph.D. Program in Business and Economics, including career choices, application and admission standards, and an overview of program expectations. Hear directly from students within the program about their personal experiences.