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Drexel LeBow’s Part-Time MBA Program

Drexel LeBow Part-time MBA Student

Drexel LeBow’s Part-Time MBA program offers a flexible schedule for working professionals seeking to advance in their career.

The Drexel LeBow Part-Time MBA features the same academic rigor, expert faculty and transformative education offered through the full-time program but is designed to meet the needs of working professionals. It offers students a flexible structure and customizable curriculum to improve their business acumen, while introducing them to emerging business trends (e.g., AI and blockchain) and enhancing their leadership style. The program can be completed at our University City Campus in Philadelphia, at our satellite Malvern Campus, entirely online or in a hybrid format.

Consistent with Drexel University’s more than 100 years as a pioneer in experiential education, the Part-Time MBA includes a commitment to learning through practical application, including consulting courses, industry-based projects, international consulting residencies and more. The Part-Time MBA curriculum is infused with a plethora of opportunities to learn while working side by side with expert faculty and industry leaders.

Flexible Time Frame

Students typically complete the Part-Time MBA in 24 to 36 months.

Various Locations

The Part-Time MBA program can be completed at our University City Campus in Philadelphia, our satellite Malvern Campus, entirely online or in a hybrid format.

Real-World Learning

Experiential learning options are woven throughout the curriculum, including international residencies, consulting courses and industry-based projects.

MBA Concentrations

Choose from various concentrations, including STEM-designated* options such as business analytics and marketing technology and analytics; as well as elective credits; graduate minors; and LeBow’s signature dual degree option.

*Students with F-1 visas can apply for a 24-month OPT extension (beyond the standard 12 months) if they meet noted criteria.

MBA Curriculum

The Part-Time MBA features required coursework in major business disciplines including accounting, finance, analytics, economics, supply chain, strategic management, organizational behavior and marketing. Students can further personalize their coursework through a variety of business concentrations and graduate minors.

View a Part-Time MBA sample plan of study
Learn more about the Part-Time MBA in the Drexel Catalog

Program Options

MBA Degree Concentrations

MBA program concentrations allow you to focus on an area of interest within business through elective course offerings.

Several MBA concentrations are STEM-designated* and offer a comprehensive business education through a blend of interdisciplinary technical, quantitative and professional skills with the added benefit of participating in unique experiential learning opportunities. MBA STEM-designated concentrations allow students with F-1 visas to apply for a 24-month OPT extension, beyond the standard 12 months, if they meet noted criteria.

New Concentrations for Fall 2023

* STEM designation applies to students enrolled in the programs in fall 2023 or later.

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Dual Degrees for MBA Students

Students can earn an additional graduate degree while earning an MBA. LeBow offers students the ability to share up to 15 credits across two degree programs to maximize both time and financial investment.

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Graduate Minors

Graduate minors highlight Drexel’s collaborative and interdisciplinary spirit by allowing students to take interrelated graduate-level courses outside of their major graduate program. One benefit of the redesigned MBA curriculum is that it offers students the opportunity to enrich a chosen field of study with supplemental knowledge and skills and provide additional professional expertise and focus.

Explore LeBow's graduate minors in the Drexel catalog

Experiential Learning for MBA Students 

A practical, hands-on approach is embedded into graduate programs at LeBow, integrating experiential learning across all components of the student experience. Research-driven consulting projects, industry speakers, competitions and other engagements allow students to learn from companies such as Anheuser-Busch, New Spring Capital, McGraw-Hill, Gettacar and more.

Students also have opportunities to connect directly with corporate and industry partners through:

Learn more about experiential learning for graduate students

Career Coaching and Student Support 

Drexel LeBow’s Office of Graduate Career Services is committed to providing our MBA students, alumni and employer partners with top notch service, resources and programming, including individual counseling, international student assistance, professional development resources, workshops, our Dragon Network for alumni and more. 

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Campus and Facilities

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Our 12-story, 177,500-square-foot home, Gerri C. LeBow Hall, is located at the heart of the Drexel University campus, which is located in Philadelphia’s University City neighborhood, home to the city’s vibrant research and technology corridor. Being located in Philadelphia, and within a short distance of New York and Washington D.C. means Drexel LeBow students have access, not just to our 1700+ industry partners but also to a wealth of experience from leaders in the business, research and governmental fields.

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Connect with Us

To learn more about Drexel LeBow’s MBA program, prospective students are encouraged to attend an information session or request additional information.

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