Undergraduate Business Programs

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Undergraduate Consulting Experiences

Drexel LeBow’s business consulting courses enable students to work in teams with faculty and peers to develop business solutions for organizations. Students are exposed to various industries, learning about initiatives and challenges across fields such as energy, sports, pharmaceutical, retail and manufacturing.

Through project-based courses, students develop and build sought-after competencies including complex problem solving, critical thinking, decision making, collaboration, communication and an understanding of research methods and techniques. In addition to working closely with faculty, students also interact with and present to industry leaders from partner organizations.

Business Consulting Courses offered:

MGMT 370: For-Profit Business Consulting (on campus and online)
Offered twice on campus and once online per academic year and open to all majors.

MGMT 371: Nonprofit Business Consulting
Offered on campus once per academic year and open to all majors.

MGMT 372: Startup Business Consulting
Offered on campus once per academic year and open to all majors.

MGMT 380: International Business Consulting
Offered twice per academic year and open to all majors. Ten weeks of on-campus instruction are followed by a one-week international residency. Application, interview and acceptance to the course are required to participate.

Undergraduate International Consulting Residencies

Students gain real-world consulting experience for an international business and travel to present final recommendations to the client in person during the undergraduate international residency.

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