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Engineer Change Graduate Programs at Drexel Engineering

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Engineer change in your career and in the world.

Move the world forward with a graduate education that will invigorate your career. Drexel University College of Engineering offers top-ranked engineering programs that will prepare you for an advanced position in industry, research or academia.

A wide breadth of coursework allows for flexibility and specialization. A deep connection to industry and a network of alumni can power your career forward. Take advantage of a wealth of opportunities to get involved in award-winning high-level research in our cutting-edge labs. Join us.

Our Programs:

Chemical Engineering (MS, PhD)

Conduct or evaluate research and development, including application of findings within the context of its global, societal and ethical impact on surroundings. Succeed in a career requiring strong communication, teamwork, and scientific and engineering skills.

Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering

Architectural Engineering (MS, PhD)

Gain deeper knowledge of design, construction, and maintenance of commercial, institutional, and industrial building systems. Become familiar with all aspects of safe, economic construction and working effectively with teams of architects, engineers and contractors.

Civil Engineering (MS, PhD)

Study a range of practices, from environmental to structural design, including topics like project management and engineering materials. Strong emphasis is placed on a wholistic perspective by incorporating design and integration with communications skills, teamwork and project management.

Environmental Engineering (MS, PhD)

Solve problems in the urban environment in this discipline aligned closely with civil and chemical engineering. Integrate the sciences, such as chemistry, physics, hydrology, geology, atmospheric science and biology in order to mitigate environmental impact.

Construction Management (MS)

Become a well-rounded construction professional with knowledge in technical areas, business and construction. Accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE), the program provides management and leadership skills necessary to succeed in this dynamic industry.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering (MS)

Apply physics and mathematics to the design, implementation and analysis of computer and communication systems. Topics span from the design of digital systems, computer architecture and microprocessors embedded in larger systems, networks and security and specializations customizable to your interests.

Cybersecurity (MS)

The joint, interdisciplinary program with Drexel’s College of Computing & Informatics prepares students with practical training and academic depth to be competitive in the ever-changing technical landscape of cybersecurity.

Electrical Engineering (MS, PhD)

Take on the rapid changes in design, construction and use of components, devices and systems. Explore the frontiers and ideas that seek to address the challenges of modern society through the use of electronic applications.

Machine Learning Engineering (MS)

Gain a deep understanding of the underpinnings of fundamental principles in order to address the modern challenges in this field. You will apply new learning frameworks and algorithms to innovate and help organizations leverage their data and implement automation strategies.

Telecommunications Engineering (MS)

Learn how to shape the forefront of technology that supports communications applications. Gain an understanding of global communications, business aspects of telecommunications and information transfer and processing.

Engineering and System Management

Engineering Management (MS)

Apply major management disciplines within the context of engineering or technical operations that will drive your career upward. This degree provides the skills necessary to manage technical resources and focus on solving problems that require close cooperation between technical and non-technical staff.

Systems Engineering (MS)

Perform, lead and manage systems development through any stage in an organization or in a product life cycle – from conceptual development and engineering design through operations and sustainment.

Materials Science and Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering (MS, PhD)

Advance knowledge in the fundamentals of ceramics, composites, electronic materials, metals and polymers. Become an expert in the selection, production, properties, characterization and use of materials and explore the cutting-edge fields of nanotechnology, biotechnology and energy applications.

Nanomaterials (MS)

Enhance your academic qualifications in this quickly growing field. Study materials at the nanoscale to discover their unique optical, electronic, or mechanical properties, and seek ways they can tackle global issues in areas, such as health and energy.

Mechanical Engineering (MS, PhD)

Explore the frontiers of the human-machine interface. Specialize in the areas of manufacturing, mechanics, systems and control and thermal and fluid sciences or pursue interdisciplinary applications in nanotechnology, robotics, or the creation of artificial organs.

Peace Engineering (MS)

Study in the nation's first program dedicated to preventing and reducing violent conflict through education and research that integrates innovative technologies, approaches, and policies with the studies and practices of peacebuilders.

Robotics and Autonomy (MS)

Innovate, lead, perform research and design solutions that seek to address challenges or transformations in modern civilization that can be impacted by robotic applications, systems and technologies.

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