Undergraduate Business Programs

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Areas of Study

LeBow is where you learn the latest industry trends and solutions to real business problems. You can experiment with new knowledge and hone skills through hands-on learning. Undergraduates benefit from state-of-the-art facilities, unparalleled student support, technology and world-renowned faculty.

The 180-credit Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree allows you the flexibility to complete either a single or double major within the minimum degree requirements, while also getting more technical training in business than the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA).

Accounting

An exploration of accounting can lead to a deeper understanding of applied and social sciences, marketing and business communication, as well as finance, business law and management information systems.

Accounting professionals

Business Analytics

Studies in business analytics include coursework in statistics, operations research, management information systems, econometrics and modeling through the Business Analytics program in the Decision Sciences and MIS department.

Business analytics teacher

Business and Engineering

Complete a set of broad business core courses along with a firm foundation in science, mathematics and engineering. You will also have the opportunity to study the areas of operations management, technology innovation management, finance and marketing, as well as the functional areas of engineering from Drexel’s College of Engineering.

Business and Engineering Students

Economics

Our undergraduate programs include a BS and a BA in Economics, both of which combine coursework in economics and the functional fields of business administration within the context of a general scientific and humanities curriculum.

Economics students in class

Finance

For students seeking a thorough understanding of the basic concepts, principles, operating procedures, and analytical techniques in financial decision making, the finance area of studyincludes classes in economics, accounting, statistics and marketing, in addition to corporate finance, investment securities, critical reasoning and more.

Finance student

General Business

The general business progrma is for students seeking broad exposure to many areas of business. This field of study is ideal for those students who want to leave themselves open to many career choices within business.

General Business Students

International Business

Explore the internal workings of international corporations and the impact of international considerations in the various functional areas of business.

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Legal Studies

The recommended plan of study includes classes in communications, economics, finance, international business and critical reasoning, in addition to legal studies.

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Management Information Systems

Offered through the Decision Sciences and MIS department, courses in this program are ideal for students who want to learn how to manage people and the systems related to information technology.

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Marketing

The marketing course selection is for students who are interested in demographics, research, advertising, branding and related fields. The recommended plan of study includes classes in communications, society and culture and finance, in addition to fine arts, business consulting, management simulation and more.

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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.

Organizational Management Classroom and Professor

Operations and Supply Chain Management Major

For students who are interested in the processes of sourcing, producing, and delivering products or services to customers.

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Real Estate Management and Development

This area of study provides an interdisciplinary education necessary for success in the ever-expanding and complex field of real estate management, incorporating Philadelphia’s amazing real estate market as its outdoor classroom.

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Sport Management

Focused on the business of sport, the program offers coursework in facility and event management, economics of sports, sports analytics, ticket sales, corporate sponsorships, sports contracts, sport journalism and more.

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Technology Innovation Management Major

The program is highly interdisciplinary and flexible with the opportunity to take courses across LeBow with experts in various areas including finance, marketing and management information systems (MIS).

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