Undergraduate Business Programs

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Technology Innovation Management Major

The Technology Innovation Management (TIM) program provides a unique educational opportunity to explore the ever-changing landscape of business and technology. Graduates from the TIM program will possess the skills sought after not only by technology companies but also consulting firms and employers in traditional industries that seek to take advantage of new technologies.

Why Major in Technology Innovation Management?

This highly interdisciplinary and flexible program provides students with the opportunity to take courses across LeBow with experts in various areas including finance, marketing and management information systems (MIS) to build a diverse skillset.

Undergraduate Technology Innovation Management Major Degree Options

BS in Business Administration (co-major)

Students studying technology innovation management will receive a BS in Business Administration with a co-major in Technology Innovation Management and one of the following: Accounting, Business Analytics, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Legal Studies, Management Info Systems, Marketing, Operations and Supply Chain Management or Organizational Management
The Technology Management Major concentration is available to all students enrolled at Drexel LeBow.

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BS / MBA Dual Degree (Bachelors Degree in Technology Management/Masters in Business Administration)

LeBow’s BS/MBA program provides academically qualified students with the opportunity to earn both a bachelor’s degree and an MBA with five years of study.

Minor in Technology Innovation Management

A minor in technology innovation management can be a great supplement to a wide range of degrees.

All interested students should meet with an advisor. Make an appointment by calling the Undergraduate Advising Office at 215.895.2110.

    Average Co-op Weekly Pay: $680
    Full-time employment data reflects the class of 2017. Co-op data reflects academic year 2016-2017.