The Drexel LeBow online MBA offers a customizable curriculum to improve students’ business acumen, while introducing them to emerging business trends, such as AI and blockchain, and enhancing their leadership style. This AACSB-accredited program empowers students to master the fundamentals of business through the experience and insight of Drexel University’s world-renowned faculty.
LeBow’s online MBA program can be completed full-time in as little as 12, 15 or 18 months, or part-time in 24 to 36 months. The program also offers a variety of in-person opportunities to network through on-campus events, domestic and international residencies and more, while the diverse range of classmates living and working across the world allows students to build an expansive global network.
Our online MBA option 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.
Online MBA Degree Concentrations
Online MBA program concentrations encourage focus on an area of interest within business through elective course offerings in the following areas. Please note: Business Analytics, Finance, Marketing, Strategic Technology and Innovation Management and the Customized concentrations are available online.
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Dual Degrees for Online 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. MBA students can earn an additional master’s degree, including complementary degrees such as an MS in Business Analytics or an MS in Sport Business.
Graduate minors highlight Drexel’s collaborative and interdisciplinary spirit by allowing students to take interrelated graduate-level courses outside of their major graduate program. A major benefit of the MBA curriculum is that it offers the opportunity to enrich a chosen field of study with supplemental knowledge and skills and provide additional professional expertise from more than 50 graduate minors offered at LeBow and across the University.
Experiential Learning for Graduate 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.
Career Coaching and Student Support
Drexel LeBow’s Office of Graduate Career Services is committed to providing online 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.