Drexel University College of Engineering

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Deep down, you’ve always been an engineer. You love solving problems. Taking things apart. Putting them together, better. Here are some of the people at the College of Engineering who can focus that talent. There’s no better place to become an engineer.

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Making More MXene

Researchers unveil a scalable production system for the promising 2D nanomaterials.

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Questions With a 20-Year Co-op Manager: Bill Waldron Jr.

Bill Waldron has been managing Drexel engineering co-op students for 25 of the 30 years he’s been with AT&T Mobility. He told DrexelNow about the keys to success for a rewarding co-op.

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Engineering Students Give Advice about Landing Jobs in Big Tech

At a panel sponsored by the Steinbright Career Development Center, four engineering students and one alumna discussed how they landed co-ops or jobs at Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft and Google and what it was like to work there.

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TPED Members Imagineer Their Way to Great Careers

Drexel members of Theme Park Engineering and Design find like-minded souls—and career paths— in this club of entertainment park devotees.

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Experiential Learning & Co-op

Cooperative education at Drexel enables undergraduate students to balance classroom theory with practical, hands-on experience prior to graduation.

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Four undergraduates in the College of Engineering—three in materials science and one in chemical and biological engineering—traveled to South Korea last summer for work through the Korea Co-op NNFC-Drexel Nano2 Co-op Center.

International Co-ops

Four undergraduates in the College of Engineering—three in materials science and one in chemical and biological engineering—traveled to South Korea last summer for work through the Korea Co-op NNFC-Drexel Nano2 Co-op Center.

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What does a co-op student do all day? What are the tasks assigned? And what time is lunch? Meet Will Culbertson, who is pursuing his degree in Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics. Will is on a co-op at the Belcan Corporation doing contract work for Boeing under the 747-8 program.

A Day in the Life of a Co-op

What does a co-op student do all day? What are the tasks assigned? And what time is lunch? Meet Will Culbertson, who is pursuing his degree in Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics. Will is on a co-op at the Belcan Corporation doing contract work for Boeing under the 747-8 program.

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Areas of Study

Engineering offers 11 undergraduate majors plus a number of minors and concentrations, as well as 18 graduate degree programs.

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Research and Design

The college educates through innovative research, using current technologies and a focus on critical societal challenges.

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