Welcome. We are pleased you want Drexel’s College of Engineering to be a part of your future. Acceptance for graduate study at Drexel requires a four-year bachelor’s degree in a STEM or related field from an accredited institution in the US or equivalent international institution. Although admission requirements vary by program, for regular acceptance, we typically recommend a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (B) for the last two years of undergraduate work. Individual departments may have their own requirements exceeding this measure.
The admission committee evaluates all credentials submitted by applicants to determine a student's ability and potential to succeed in graduate study. In addition, the committee is interested in the applicant's potential to contribute to his/her program of study and to the University community as a whole.
The collection of application materials is handled by the central Graduate Admissions office at the university. Individual programs have specific deadlines and requirements. Please refer to engineering's program requirements and deadlines for more information.
MS degrees are offered through seven College departments, all based at our University City campus with some available online.
Students from outside the United States can pursue an MS degree in a range of engineering fields.
Our programs provide access to exciting research led by world-renowned faculty.
Programs leading to a certificate in a number of engineering disciplines are available online.
Drexel Engineering Graduate Program continues to advance in national rankings by US News & World Report.
A CoE materials science alumnus finds a new research home pursuing his doctorate at Cambridge University, England.
The defining characteristic of a great university is its faculty. Here are just a few of the College of Engineering faculty members who have distinguished themselves as teachers and researchers.
MEM alumnus James Hing, PhD, scores a PECASE award, and shares the credit broadly.