Drexel University College of Engineering

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In our dynamic and diverse community of inquisitive scholars and thoughtful learners you will build the knowledge, skills and context needed to develop as a leader in a changing world.

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Firm of Drexel Engineers Lives Where Digital and Analog Meet

Oat Foundry, a local specialty engineering shop founded by Drexel Engineering alumni, brings old school design aesthetic to a modern world.

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Engineers Without Borders Continues their Humanitarian Mission

Drexel EWB chapter president Jillian Saunders and vice president Joshua McGuckin talk about how the group has adapted to virtual operations and their plans for the winter term.

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An Alternative Clean Water Source in the Face of Climate Change

Drexel alumnus Bilen Akuzum is using electrochemical technology to make clean water accessible to those whose traditional sources are being affected by climate change.

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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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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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Mechanical Engineering student Justin Lee channels his passion for automotive racing at BMW’s Open Innovation Department. Lee was meant to be in Munich, Germany— but instead his remote office is at home in San Francisco.

International Co-op from Home

Mechanical Engineering student Justin Lee channels his passion for automotive racing at BMW’s Open Innovation Department. Lee was meant to be in Munich, Germany— but instead his remote office is at home in San Francisco.

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Working in the research and development department at Crayola, Shannon Simcox (chemical engineering) and Samuel Vaughan (mechanical engineering) are learning how the Pennsylvania company creates their signature products.

Colorful Co-ops at Crayola

Working in the research and development department at Crayola, Shannon Simcox (chemical engineering) and Samuel Vaughan (mechanical engineering) are learning how the Pennsylvania company creates their signature products.

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