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Undergraduate Programs

The world won’t wait. Neither will you.

Drexel University's College of Arts and Sciences offers a wide variety of undergraduate degree programs.

Drexel’s College of Arts and Sciences embraces a fast-paced, use-it-now model of education. With 10-week courses and an emphasis on experiential learning, research across disciplines and global connectivity — you won’t have to wait four years to make an impact. Gain career-guiding experiences starting as early as your freshman year. Work for Fortune 500 companies during co-op. Team with faculty on international research projects. Engage with non-profits, government and citizen activists in our Community-Based Learning courses. Make a difference and start achieving your aspirations now, before you graduate.

The College offers 20 undergraduate majors in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities — plus more than 40 minors and 15 certificate programs designed to expand your horizons and help position you for broader career potential. Qualified students can choose from 14 accelerated degrees that include a master’s, as well as two pre-professional programs in Medicine and Law. The General Humanities and Social Sciences Undeclared program and the Science Undeclared program allow undecided incoming freshmen to discover academic options within the College before declaring a major and to stay on track during their first year.






The Value of Drexel

An important way to measure the value of a Drexel degree is by the success of our graduates. Drexel grads earn $62,710 in average full-time annual salary one year after graduation.1

94%

of Drexel undergraduates are working or enrolled in graduate or professional education.

90%

of those working full-time are working in professions that are closely or somewhat related to their field of study at Drexel.

$19,760

The median paid six-month co-op salary. More detailed information on Steinbright Career Development Center's Salary Guide webpage.

15.1%

of Drexel graduates earn 15.1% above the national average.2

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