LeBow College of Business integrates Drexel University's technological prominence with experience-based education to develop world-class leaders and advance knowledge through research.
The vision for LeBow College of Business is to continue to be one of the nation's premier business schools. Because business education exists at the intersection of theory and practice, we always strive to strengthen our professional learning community through the interaction of students, management and faculty. This strategy provides the foundation for the collaboration of business practitioners and academics in the College's teaching and research activities.
The LeBow experience is different from that at other colleges. Drexel University operates on the quarter system, with four quarters per year that are 10 weeks long. One of LeBow's biggest advantages is the world-renowned Drexel Co-op. This co-operative education plan enables students to alternate terms in industry and in the classroom after the freshman year. Co-operative education students usually spend six quarters gaining real-world, professional experience. Most graduate with 18 months of experience on their resumes.
Drexel University's LeBow College of Business is accredited by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business -- the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.