Program Planning is an integral part of your academic career. Here are some very useful tools that you can use while creating an academic plan of study. A plan of study is useful when determining which courses to take and when and it can also be use to track your progress to graduation.
The Graduate Catalog contains all programs offered by Drexel University providing enrolled students with the information they need regarding their chosen academic path and helping prospective students make important enrollment decisions.
Students should always follow the degree requirements under the catalog year that they entered the program.
To view past programs, please visit the Drexel University Catalog Archives.
Term Master Schedule
The 'Term Master Schedule' (TMS) provides the most current information and is the University's published course schedule for the entire academic year. Graduate level courses are 500 level classes and above. If you click on a section number in the TMS, you can view the full course description, prerequisite requirements, and other pertinent course information including enrollment caps and seats available. To see when courses are typically offered (since not all courses are offered every term in the various formats (Online/On Campus) please refer to the 'Term Master Schedule' (which can also be accessed via DrexelOne).
Please note that classes may appear to have more seats open than actually available; seat availability on the TMS may not update in real time.
DegreeWorks allows you to track your progress towards the completion of your degree program, including the number of credits you have earned and still need to complete, GPA status and course requirements for your program. It is recommended that you use DegreeWorks in coordination with regular consultation with your academic advisor.
You can access DegreeWorks in the following way:
- Log in to DrexelOne.
- Select the "Academics" tab
- Click the "Review Your Academic Plan of Study" link in the "Registration" channel
If your DegreeWorks record information is incomplete please consult with your academic advisor in order to review your complete academic history.