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.
Elvira-Marie Mikhael from Cherry Hill, New Jersey earned BS and MS degrees in Civil Engineering. She chose Drexel because the accelerated master's degree was helpful in her my career.
The College of Engineering buzzed with activity for the national celebration of engineering and the impact it can have on the world.
Students in the Class of 2025/26 talk about what brought them to Drexel and how they’ve been enjoying the ride so far.
J’Anna Mare Lue saw the importance of water security on a research trip to the landlocked southern African country of Lesotho.
Her appreciation for outdoor spaces led Taylor LaFountain to a co-op with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation.