Ask a random student to sum up the experience here at the College of Engineering and they’ll likely give you three words: rigor, co-ops, and city.
College of Engineering's academic rigor is recognized nationwide, with seven departmental programs ranked in the country’s Top 55.
Through our celebrated co-op program, you can land paid internships in your field of interest – or out of it. Examples? Tesla. Boeing. Pfizer. NASA. And the list goes on.
Then there’s our hometown, the vibrant, multi-ethnic, thriving City of Philadelphia.
But don’t just take our word for it. Drexel is based in University City, which has the fastest-growing population of millennials anywhere in the country and the nation’s fourth-highest number of college students. Those are some serious statistics in our favor.
Amanda Grogin from Towson, Maryland, is majoring in Architectural Engineering and Civil Engineering. She values the year and a half of cumulative work experience she earned from her co-ops.
Peter Looft, a mechanical engineering student and president of the Theme Park Engineering and Design Group, fills us in on the group and their plans for the coming term.
The student group provides professional development, social interaction and cultural enrichment for its members and the community at large.
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.