Drexel offers over 120 graduate programs across 12 schools and colleges. Pursue a master's or doctoral degree to advance
your career, or remain competitive by earning a certificate in your field.
Many programs are offered online, providing you the flexibility you need to
earn your degree while you work full-time.
Drexel also provides a variety of programs through our center in Sacramento,
California. These courses are presented in an innovative and rigorous hybrid
of traditional and online classroom experiences. For more information, visit
the Drexel University Sacramento website.
and Sciences – The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest of the
University's colleges and offers a Graduate Co-op in select programs, allowing
you to build your résumé while you receive academic credit.
Engineering, Science, and Health Systems – The School of Biomedical
Engineering, Science, and Health Systems is a nationally recognized center
of research and graduate education.
- Business – The
LeBow College of Business offers graduate and professional programs, fully
accredited by AACSB International (the Association to Advance Collegiate
Schools of Business).
- Education – With
a variety of nationally recognized programs, the School of Education
meets the professional needs of teachers, faculty, administrators,
and staff at all levels of education.
- Engineering – The
College of Engineering is nationally recognized for its excellence in engineering
education and research.
Science and Technology – The iSchool has long been recognized
as a leader in the field of information science and technology and consistently
attracts national attention.
- Law – A
top Philadelphia law school, the Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University
relies on a curriculum rigorously grounded in legal doctrine.
Arts and Design – The Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
offers professionally oriented programs that prepare students to begin
or enhance careers in the design, media, and nonprofit arts sectors.
- Medicine (MD, Biomedical Graduate Studies, and Professional Studies Programs) – The
Drexel University College of Medicine has been educating students in the
biomedical sciences for more than 150 years and is one of the largest private
medical schools in the United States.
and Health Professions – At the College of Nursing and Health Professions
you'll receive an education that balances classroom experience with clinical
Health – The School of Public Health promotes health and quality of
life in the prevention and control of disease, injury, and disability.
- Technology and Professional
Studies – The School of Technology and Professional Studies within
Goodwin College prepares you to excel in your chosen field by emphasizing
strong communication skills and a solid foundation in information technology.