College of Engineering
Drexel is known for its strength in engineering, and the College of Engineering is nationally recognized for its excellence in academics and research, integrating evolving engineering science with emerging fields such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, and information networking. Students and faculty in the College of Engineering are often involved in cross-disciplinary collaborations within Drexel as well as with universities and companies around the world. The college’s work is regularly supported through government grants, and research expenditures in fiscal year 2012 exceeded $33 million.
The College of Engineering offers master's and doctoral degrees in 16 diverse fields as well as several certificates. Most programs offer concentrations within the field, allowing you to specialize and gain expertise. Some programs also offer Graduate Co-op, which enables graduate students to alternate class terms with a six-month period of hands-on experience, gaining access to employers in their chosen industries. Many of the programs are offered on a full- or part-time basis, and some can be completed online.