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Drexel LeBow
BS Business Administration

LeBow’s academic programs are designed to offer the best comprehensive business education across all levels of education and disciplines by incorporating co-op and experiential learning to prepare students for practical application of business theory in a global environment.

Learn the latest industry trends, find solutions to real-world business problems, and develop soft skills like networking, leadership and building a personal brand. Students will experiment with new knowledge and hone skills through hands-on learning, and will also benefit from state-of-the-art facilities, unparalleled student support, technology and world-renowned faculty. 

Roger Kfoury

After Drexel, you will have the skills to network and take on big responsibilities in the workplace.

Consumer Assistant Brand Manager

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Jilan Liu

I loved my time at co-op because I was able to apply what I learned from class to the work projects.

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Chris Markowitz

I’m hoping I do well enough at NESN to have other Drexel students come there in the future.

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I feel that without BRIDGE, I wouldn’t be in my current position today.

Incoming Technology Consulting Analyst

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Aquiera Halsey student photo

If it wasn’t for Drexel I wouldn’t have the confidence in such a high-stress, high reward environment.

Manager, Oncology Quality Data & Cancer Registry

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Business Majors and Co-Majors

Undergraduate studies at LeBow offer a wide array of areas of study through several majors and co-majors, featuring a liberal arts core and strong general business base.

Major Vs. Co-major – What’s the Difference?

Students may choose a primary major and pursue only that major, or they may pair their primary major with a co-major. A co-major offers more substantial study than a minor, but has fewer requirements than a primary major. Co-majors cannot be taken as stand-alone majors, and must be paired with a primary major. The co-major is unique in that it allows students to diversify their educational focus and add to their primary area of study.

Drexel Co-op and Experience

Drexel LeBow Student on Co-op

Through the Drexel Co-op program, students alternate six months of classroom learning with six months of full-time professional experience through University-approved employers. With plans of study that allow for up to three co-ops, students can gain as much as 18 months of practical, hands-on experience in the workplace, applying what they’ve learned in real-world settings long before graduation.   

Where do BSBA Students do Co-op?

LeBow BSBA students have completed co-ops at various firms, both large and small, domestic and international.

A sampling of companies include: 

  • Comcast
  • KPMG LLP
  • SAP
  • Estee Lauder/Northtec
  • Cisco Systems
  • PECO, an Exelon Company
  • Goldman Sachs
  • FMC Corporation
  • CIGNA Corporation
  • Johnson & Johnson

Learn more about Drexel Co-op at LeBow

Learn by Experience

At LeBow, we teach differently. Our students don’t just learn in the classroom; ample opportunities for hands-on learning outside the classroom provide a better understanding of the big picture.

Through projects made possible by the Dana and David Dornsife Office for Experiential Learning and Drexel Solutions Institute, our students apply their learning on real and simulated challenges, working with organizations domestically and internationally from Unilever, the Philadelphia 76ers, KPMG and PwC to nonprofit and governmental partners.

Learn more about the Dornsife Office for Experiential Learning

Undergraduate International Opportunities

Global learning through semesters abroad provides students the opportunity to develop intercultural communication skills, learn about unique business environments and gain real-world experience in international markets. 

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Our staff is ready to help you with any questions you may have about the application process, including which program is right for you. We look forward to hearing from you.

Caitlin Brady

Associate Director, Undergraduate Programs and Recruitment

(215) 571-3570

Gerri C. LeBow Hall 339