The Office of the Provost is committed to creating a challenging and diverse environment for the more than 26,000 undergraduate and graduate students who attend Drexel as well as providing strong academic support to our more than 1,000 faculty.
Guide to Academics at Drexel
Drexel University comprises 15 Colleges and Schools with over 75 undergraduate majors and a large selection of undergraduate minors. There are over 80 master's and 32 doctoral programs offered by nearly all of our colleges and schools.
Academic Advising and Support
Academic Advising at Drexel University is done at both the University and College/School level. Drexel offers a breadth of supporting Centers, Institutes, and programs designed to assist both traditional, non-traditional, and online students with the academic experience.
Courses and Registration
Course Registration is done through DrexelOne or with the assistance of an Academic Advisor. Program information is available via the individual College or School.
Curriculum Development & Revisions Guidelines
Guidelines have been developed related to the creation and delivery of all programs to fulfill Drexel University's academic standards and meet federal policies.
Consumer Information and Student Right to Know
Articulation agreements provide a documented pathway for community college students to transfer to Drexel University. The Drexel University Catalog provides sample plans of study as a guide for suggested coursework at several local community colleges. Additionally, Drexel University has partnerships with institutions across the globe for the purposes of research, mobility and collaboration.
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