Business Dual Degree Programs

LeBow College of Business students are able to pursue a number of dual degree programs. Each of these MS and MBA dual degree programs offers graduates an advanced business education to enhance their careers with two degrees in less time than it takes to complete the two programs separately.

Undergraduate Degree + MBA or MS

Pair a bachelor of science degree from select programs with an MBA or MS degree from LeBow.

  • BS/MBA - Eligible undergraduate students in select programs are welcome to add an additional one-year MBA to their main program plan of study.

Dual Graduate Degrees

Pair any two graduate degrees at LeBow. Students can share 15 credits between MBA and MS programs. The length of time to complete two degrees will vary by degree programs.

Interdisciplinary Dual Degrees

Additionally, LeBow partners with the Kline School of Law, College of Medicine and Westphal College of Media Arts & Design and others to provide students with a diverse selection of interdisciplinary graduate programs.

  • JD/MBA - Our dual MBA program with the Kline School of Law is designed to address the growing needs of attorneys who need the business skills for managing their law practices and related organizations.

  • MD/MBA - LeBow’s joint degree program with the College of Medicine equips physicians with the business skills necessary to handle issues of quality, access, cost-effectiveness and efficiency of health care services.

  • MS in Television Management/MBA - This dual degree option allows Westphal students to integrate fundamental business concepts with the practice of television management and the new media industry.

  • MS in Biomedicine and Business - This dual master’s degree provides comprehensive training in business concepts, scientific discovery and technology.

  • MPH/MBA- The Drexel MBA/MPH dual degree provides the opportunity for students to hone their business skills while equipping them with the skills necessary to make a difference in today’s public health and healthcare worlds.