Graduate study provides an opportunity to gain knowledge in a particular discipline, engage in research and explore new possibilities. Whether your goal is to continue with research or to advance your career the College of Engineering at Drexel University offers graduate degree programs that will help you meet the industry demand as a researcher or professional.
Masters of Science
At the College of Engineering Master of Science degree programs provide maximum flexibility and are offered full- and part-time, on-site and online. All programs include a combination of core and technical courses and may include laboratory experiences, cooperative education, master’s thesis and independent research. Every student will work with an advisor to ensure academic success and growth, and constructs a program plan that is right for them. For a full list of programs click here.
Doctoral programs are offered at the College for students who wish to pursue extensive research in a specific engineering discipline under the guidance of one of our leading faculty researchers. Together, faculty and doctoral students work collaboratively on exciting research projects. Doctoral students have many opportunities to work as a teaching or research assistant. As part of the academic program, doctoral students may take a minor in an interdisciplinary field to complement their academic focus or to earn teaching credentials as part of the PROFESS program. For a list of Doctoral programs click here.
Graduate Minors give masters and doctoral students pursuing a degree in the College of Engineering an opportunity to develop core competencies to complement their coursework in engineering. Graduate minors may be taken in engineering non-engineering disciplines. For a full list of gradute minors click here.
Graduate Cooperative Education (Graduate Co-op)
Cooperative Education at Drexel is available as a social “co-op” track for select M.S. degree programs. Graduate Co-op enables students to accept paid positions for up to six months during their degree program. Students that choose this track will engage in a series of professional development activities with the Steinbright Career Development Center. To learn more about this program click here.
Graduate Certificates (Post bachelor’s Certificates)
Ten Graduate Certificates are available in the fields of Engineering Management, Systems Engineering, Project Management and Construction Management. These certificated can be taken as part of your graduate coursework or to earn stand-alone professional credentials. After completion students may continue their studies and apply credits earned towards a M.S. degree program. To learn more about certificate programs click here. (*This page is currently under construction. Check back soon for updates.)
Kapil Dandekar, PhD
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
Director, Graduate Programs