Our Graduate Degree Programs
Master of Science in Library and Information Science (MSLIS)
Addresses the contexts in which librarians and other information professionals work, the systems and services they provide, and the uses of new and emerging technologies in the field.
Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS)
Offers a multidisciplinary and in-depth understanding of the core and advanced topics in computer science.
Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI)
Educates students from diverse backgrounds on how to use information technology efficiently and responsibly to improve health outcomes.
Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS)
Designed for professionals serious about broadening their knowledge in information systems and technology.
Master of Science in Software Engineering (MSSE)
Prepares students to become professional software engineers across a wide variety of industries.
Master of Science in Cybersecurity (MSC)*
Provides deeply technical and specialized training to develop professionals that are able to understand, adapt, and develop new techniques to confront emerging threats in cybersecurity. *A joint program with the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department of Drexel's College of Engineering
Graduate Minor in Computer Science
Obtain fundamental computer science knowledge, as well as an introduction to advanced topics in computer science, to enhance your graduate studies. Available to Drexel students enrolled in any Drexel MS or a PhD program (except for MS/PhD Computer Science).
Graduate students already enrolled in a master's degree program at the College have the opportunity, through the dual master's program, to work simultaneously on two CCI master's degrees and to receive both upon graduation.
PhD in Computer Science
Prepares post-graduate students for leadership careers in research and education in computer science and interdisciplinary work using computer science.
PhD in Information Studies
Prepares students to become creative, interdisciplinary researchers with foundations in information science, data science and human-centered computing.