Drexel University College of Engineering

Think like an Engineer

Think like an
Engineer

What’s on your mind? Robotics? Nanotechnology? Bio-inspired design? Green infrastructure? There’s never been a better time to think like an engineer. Discover what you can do with that.

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Chris Ferguson: Drexel University’s Starman image

Chris Ferguson: Drexel University’s Starman

Chris Ferguson (mechanical engineering ’84) will return to low-Earth orbit as a test pilot for Boeing on what will likely be the world’s first commercial human-rated spacecraft.

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T-Shirts, Advice, and a Selfie with the Dean: CoE Ushers in the New Year

The Convocation ceremony and a welcome party for new students were some of the events to mark the start of the academic year.

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Dean Sharon Walker Takes Helm at College of Engineering

Drexel proudly welcomes College of Engineering Dean Sharon Walker, PhD, who opens a new chapter in leadership, advocacy, and education for faculty, staff, and students.

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CoE Prof Creates Curating Software for Drone Images

A team is developing a software tool that allows non-specialists to expertly analyze drone images of buildings, crops, bridges, storm-damaged resorts, and everything in between.

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Chris Ferguson: Drexel University’s Starman image
T-Shirts, Advice, and a Selfie with the Dean: CoE Ushers in the New Year image
Dean Sharon Walker Takes Helm at College of Engineering image
CoE Prof Creates Curating Software for Drone Images image

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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Matt Wiese ’18, a mechanical engineering B.S./M.S. junior, spent a six-month co-op at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center research lab helping to design ground-support equipment. Cooperative education enables students to balance theory with practical experience.

Co-op Experiences

Matt Wiese ’18, a mechanical engineering B.S./M.S. junior, spent a six-month co-op at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center research lab helping to design ground-support equipment. Cooperative education enables students to balance theory with practical experience.

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What does a co-op student do all day? What are the tasks assigned? And what time is lunch? Meet Maria Natalia Noriega Pedraza, who completed a dual-program co-op in France and in Germany, and learn what our co-ops do during their eight-hour shifts.

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 Maria Natalia Noriega Pedraza, who completed a dual-program co-op in France and in Germany, and learn what our co-ops do during their eight-hour shifts.

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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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Latest News

  • Formula SAE Car Ramps Up for Competition

    Students in the College of Engineering are building a racecar from scratch to compete against teams from around the world in the Formula SAE International Collegiate Design Series.

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