For a better experience, click the Compatibility Mode icon above to turn off Compatibility Mode, which is only for viewing older websites.

Announcements

New Accreditation for the School of Education

August 26, 2016

The School of Education's Special Education and Multisensory Reading Instruction program has earned accreditation from the International Dyslexia Association (IDA). Drexel's School of Education is one of only 26 schools in the country to earn this accreditation from IDA. Learn more about the accreditation.

School of Education's Virtual PhD Open House on September 13

August 26, 2016

Are you interested in pursuing a PhD in education? Join Drexel's School of Education for a Virtual PhD Open House on September 13. From 7–8 p.m., learn about our fully funded PhD in Educational Leadership Development and Learning Technologies program. Learn more and register.  

Announcing the New Master's in Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Business

June 07, 2016

The School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems is proud to offer a new master's degree in integrated biomedical engineering and business, starting in fall 2016. This program prepares students to become future industry leaders by offering early-career engineers a tech-savvy alternative to an MBA. Students will experience core courses in areas such as biomedical engineering, business management, economics, communications, and marketing. 

This program is only open at the master's level on campus for full-time and part-time domestic and international students. View more information and apply now on our MS in Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Business page.

Announcing the New Master's Program in Communication, Culture, and Media

June 07, 2016

The College of Arts and Sciences is proud to offer a new master's degree in communication, culture, and media, starting in fall 2016. This program provides broad-based learning around the interaction of social forces and communication. It is designed for students who can think big about media and communication without being limited by disciplinary boundaries; students will take courses with faculty in the communication field as well as anthropology, criminal justice, linguists, and sociologists. Students therefore will build expertise in a number of areas including social theory, social media research, media effects, cultural studies, power, and language.

View more information on our MS in Communication, Culture, and Media page.