Expand Your Graduate Experience: Graduate Co-op
Cooperative education at Drexel is available for select graduate degree programs. Graduate Co-op enables graduate students to alternate class terms with a six-month period of hands-on experience, gaining access to employers in their chosen industries. Whether co-op takes students throughout the United States or abroad, they are expanding their professional networks, enhancing their résumés, and bringing that experience back to the classroom and their peers.
Graduate Co-op Program
*Most students graduate after the spring quarter. Students who do not complete course requirements by the spring quarter may need to take additional coursework.
Full-time on-campus master's-level students enrolled in the following programs are eligible to participate in the Graduate Co-op program:
- Biological Sciences
- Biomedical Engineering
- Biomedical Science
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Data Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Management
- Food Science
- Information Systems
- Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Business
- Internet of Things
- Machine Learning Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Robotics and Autonomy
- Software Engineering
- Transdisciplinary Science, Computing, and Engineering Design
For more information about Graduate Co-op, review our Frequently Asked Questions and the Graduate Co-op Policies [PDF].
View the Graduate Co-op calendar for upcoming program dates and deadlines.