Welcome. We are pleased you want to make Drexel’s College of Engineering a part of your future. You are applying to one of the top engineering schools in the country, and an anchor of the Drexel University system. An education here will give you access to advances in technology and emerging fields even as you gain a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of your discipline.
The College of Engineering has seven departments and over 20 areas of study through which you can pursue your degree. We suggest you review all of them to refine your course of study. Accelerated degrees are available to qualified students and in specific departments.
Recommended requirements for admission to the College of Engineering are one year of physics with a lab, one year of chemistry with a lab, and four years of mathematics (algebra I, algebra II, geometry/trigonometry, and pre-calculus).
If you have taken AP exams and have earned a score of four and above, you may be able to receive course credit. However, in order to receive credit for either of the two AP Physics exams, you must score a five. For more information about transferring AP exam credit or other college credits, please contact the college's Undergraduate Advising Center.
Our Admissions Office handles all undergraduate admissions, and will provide you with information on the application process, prerequisites, deadlines, the co-op program, tuition and financing, and other admission details for full-time undergraduates.