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Technology Innovation Management
BSBA Co-Major in
Technology Innovation Management

The technology innovation management (TIM) program provides a unique educational opportunity to explore the ever-changing landscape of business and technology. Students will gain an understanding and appreciation for innovative technologies and processes. Graduates with a co-major in technology innovation management 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.

This highly interdisciplinary and flexible program provides students with the opportunity to take courses across LeBow with experts in various areas in order to build a diverse skill set focused on the career path they want. These areas include:

  • Accounting
  • Business Analytics
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Legal Studies
  • MIS
  • Marketing
  • Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Real Estate Management and Development
  • Sport Business

The technology innovation management co-major is available to all students enrolled at Drexel LeBow.

Technology Innovation Management Co-major Curriculum

An undergraduate technology innovation management degree will provide students with the skills necessary to achieve their career goals in many industries. Samples of the skills this degree provides include:

  • Designing innovative organizations
  • Competing in technology industries
  • Understanding technology management
  • Awareness of processes and practices that spark innovation
  • Ability to adapt to rapidly changing technological business environments

The technology innovation management program offers a significant way of differentiating students to potential employers in the marketplace by embedding skill sets and knowledge, emphasizing technology innovation management built on a solid business foundation.

Learn more about our degree course requirements
View the plan of study in the Drexel Catalog

More Ways to Study Technology Innovation Management

Find requirements and eligibility for LeBow's undergraduate and graduate dual degree programs.

Drexel LeBow offers a variety of minors and certificates to supplement your major, for both LeBow students and those from other Drexel colleges.

Drexel Co-op and Experience

Drexel Esport Business Student on Co-op

Over 100 years of industry partnership has taught us the value of an immersive education. We focus on ensuring students have access to a wide variety of learning opportunities beyond the classroom to gain deep expertise, broad perspectives and the essential soft skills needed to succeed in business and in life.

Drexel Co-op

Through the Drexel Co-op program, technology innovation management majors 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.

Students have done their LeBow technology innovation management co-ops in companies both big and small, locally and around the world. Past TIM co-op placements include:

  • Clarivate Analytics
  • Independence Blue Cross
  • SAP America

Learn more about Drexel Co-op at LeBow

Learn by Experience

In addition to the Co-op program, experiential learning opportunities abound at LeBow, including consulting courses, case competitions, international residencies, research projects, industry thought leader events, alumni mentorship and more. 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, Boeing and PwC to nonprofit and governmental partners.

Learn more about the Dornsife Office for Experiential Learning

Student Tech Innovation Organizations

At Drexel LeBow, students have many opportunities to engage outside of the classroom through student-run organizations, connecting with a community that shares their major, their heritage or any of the other unique characteristics that unite our diverse student population. The opportunities to collaborate, network and engage are endless.

Prepare for your career through business networking and learning opportunities, as well as competition-based learning initiatives.

Drexel Women in Business strives to provide its members with resources and opportunities to succeed in business, with a focus on the female professional.

Dedicated to helping any Drexel University student with an interest in business, regardless of major, to become a leader in the business world.

Careers and Network

Graduates with a co-major in technology innovation management find career opportunities across a multitude of industries in various roles. They can take their skills anywhere in the world; businesses of every size in every industry depend on technology, so the career opportunities before you are endless.

If you are interested in focusing on technology enterprises, career opportunities can be found in technology consulting, product development, market research, project management and technology analysis — among many others.

Learn more about technology innovation management careers and outcomes

Campus and Facilities

Gerri C. LeBow Hall from Pearlman Plaza Sunset

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 DC 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

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

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