All Lerner students – graduate and undergraduate – receive an experience-driven business education utilizing evidence-based analytic methods across departments and accredited degree programs.
Lerner meets the changing needs of students, employers and the global economy. Join our thriving community of nearly 4,200 students, 159 tenure track and continuing track faculty and more than 35,000 alumni.
The Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics has earned continuous accreditation for both business (1966) and accounting (1984) from AACSB International (AACSB), the world’s largest and most exclusive global business network.
The Lerner College offers a wide range of undergraduate majors, from accounting to sport management.
Accelerated Degree Programs (4+1)
A Lerner accelerated degree waives some courses, allowing undergraduate students to save time and earn a master’s degree in just one extra year.
Lerner MBA programs offer a solid business foundation, numerous specializations and electives and four different delivery options, including part-time and online.
Master’s programs at Lerner, including M.S., M.A. and MAP options, challenge students to take their knowledge to the next level.
Dual Graduate Degrees
Students can earn two graduate degrees at once through Lerner’s dual degree program, combining multiple business degrees or including degrees from other fields like engineering.
Complete your degree online, with no need to come to campus. Taught by the same top-ranked faculty who teach in classroom-based courses.
Lerner certificate programs provide valuable training and knowledge at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including our Lerner Women’s Leadership Forum.
The pinnacle of specialized knowledge, Lerner Ph.D. programs offer a personalized approach to scholars with a passion for their chosen fields.
Lerner executive education programs help professionals to build critical skills in fields like leadership and data analytics.
SWUFE-UD Institute of Data Science
The SWUFE-UD Institute of Data Science is a joint collaboration between the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics in Chengdu, China and the University of Delaware.