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Graduate Minors

Policy Statement

The Faculty Senate of Drexel University authorizes the offering of minor programs at the graduate level (graduate minors), subject to the following guidelines:

A graduate minor is a set of interrelated graduate courses outside of a student’s major graduate program that provides additional professional expertise. The disciplinary area of the minor may be fully outside the major program or may be related to, but not completely overlapping, the major program. The completion of a minor is represented on the transcript along with a major program as a demonstration of additional professional expertise acquired. Entry into a minor is generally limited to those who have demonstrated the required prerequisite knowledge for the coursework.

A graduate minor shall comprise at least four quarter term (or three semester term) courses and at least twelve quarter (or nine semester) credit hours of coursework. No more than two required quarter term courses (or one semester term course) from a student’s major graduate program may be used to fulfill the requirements for the minor. The remaining credits to fulfill the minor requirements may be taken as electives within the major program or in addition to courses required for the major program. A student is limited to enrollment in one minor.

A graduate student seeking a masters or doctoral degree may enroll in a minor with the approval of his/her major program graduate academic advisor and the approval of the respective minor program academic advisor (listed below). It is highly recommended that enrollment occur early in the student’s tenure in the major program so that his/her program of study can be optimally planned.

Graduate Minors & Advisors

For the most up to date list of graduate minors, please consult the University Catalog.

Accounting  Noor Jemy 215.895.0327
Addictions Counseling Holly Sawyer
Applied Data Science Tammi Wrice (Last Names A-K)
Lois Kasten (Last Names L-Z)
Arts Administration Laura-Edythe Coleman
Arts and Public Health DSPH Advising
Biostatistics DSPH Advising
Business Rachel Pepper 215.895.4928
Business Analytics  Molly Barber  215.571.4677
Business Analytics Management Molly Barber 215.571.4677
Change Leadership Strategy  Rachel Pepper 215.895.4928
Communication Nicole Pearson 215.895.2524
Communication, Culture and Media Nicole Pearson 215.895.2524
Complementary and Integrative Therapies Graduate Abigail Eastwood 267.359.5686
Computational Data Science Tammi Wrice (Last Names A-K)
Lois Kasten (Last Names L-Z)
Computer Science
Tammi Wrice (Last Names A-K)
Lois Kasten (Last Names L-Z)
Creativity and Innovation Hanna Weckel 215.895.6088
Digital Content Management Tammi Wrice (Last Names A-K)
Lois Kasten (Last Names L-Z)
Digital Supply Chain Management  Molly Barber 215.571.4677
Drug Discovery and Development (Semester Students Only) Joanne Mathiasen 267.359.2556
Economic Data Analysis Hande Benson 215.895.6999
Economics Hande Benson 215.895.6999
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Justin Fithian
Environmental and Occupational Health DSPH Advising
Finance Hande Benson 215.895.6999
Global Health DSPH Advising
Global and International Education Amanda Colburn 215.895.5951
Healthcare Informatics Tammi Wrice (Last Names A-K)
Lois Kasten (Last Names L-Z)
Health Economics DSPH Advising
Health Administration Melissa Giorgio 267.359.5859
Higher Education Amanda Colburn 215.895.5951
Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience Tammi Wrice (Last Names A-K)
Lois Kasten (Last Names L-Z)
Human Health Risk Assessment DSPH Advising
Infectious Disease and Population Health
DSPH Advising
Interdisciplinary Team-Oriented Creativity (ITOC)
Fraser Fleming 215.895.2644
Latino and Immigrant Health
DSPH Advising
Leadership and Teams  Rachel Pepper 215.895.4928
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Health  DSPH Advising
Marketing Molly Barber 215.571.4677
Maternal and Child Health DSPH Advising
Mind, Brain and Learning Amanda Colburn 
Museum Leadership Laura-Edythe Coleman
Nursing Education Abigail Eastwood 267.359.5686
Nursing Leadership in Health Systems Management Abigail Eastwood 267.359.5686
Operations Research Molly Barber 215.571.4677
Erin Vogelsong 267.359.2329
Professional Studies Jaquan Saunders 215.571.3628
Program Monitoring and Evaluation DSPH Advising
Project Management
Tina Lloyd
Public Health Emergency Preparedness DSPH Advising
Public Health Ethics and History
DSPH Advising
Public Policy  Kathleen Pelusi 215.895.6374 
Quality, Safety and Risk Management in Healthcare Abigail Eastwood 267.359.5686
Retail and Merchandising Joseph Hancock 215.895.6993 
Sport Management Tina Lloyd
Substance Use and Misuse DSPH Advising
Sustainable Operations Management Molly Barber 215.571.4677
Taxation  Noor Jemy 215.895.0327
Undergraduate STEM Education Rachael Switalski
Urban Health DSPH Advising

Updated 06.20.2024.