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Drexel University School of Education Admissions Overview

Drexel University School of Education

Drexel University’s School of Education is proud to provide a high quality of education to its students. The school is ranked among the top 55 schools of education in the nation by US News and World Report and the EdD program was named 2019 Program of the Year by the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate. Students graduate from Drexel prepared for a lifetime of success in a wide range of careers in education. Below you will find information related to education admissions at Drexel University. 

Education Degrees, Certifications and Certificate Programs Offered at Drexel University

No matter where you are in your educational journey, Drexel has programs in education to fit your needs.

Undergraduate programs: Drexel offers a BS in Education degree program for students who wish to earn teaching certification in elementary, middle, and secondary education subject. For students who are interested in education, but not teaching, Drexel offers a BS in Education non-certification option that prepares students for careers in government, non-profit, and corporate education.

Graduate programs: Drexel offers a wide range of master’s degree programs to help students learn new skills and advance in their careers. Students can also complete a unique capstone sequence where they can collaborate with classmates across all programs.

Certificate and Certification programs: Drexel offers more than 20 graduate level certificate and certification programs to help you learn new skills or add additional state certifications to your resume.

Doctoral Programs: Drexel offers both a PhD in Education and an EdD in Educational Leadership and Management. Students in the EdD program can take courses online, on-campus in Philadelphia, or at Drexel’s Washington DC Center. The PhD program is ideal for students seeking careers as researchers or professors in education. The program is fully paid and students receive a monetary stipend while completing their research.

School of Education Admissions Requirements

Admission requirements for the School of Education vary among undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs. Please note that each academic program may have specific education degree requirements beyond what is listed below. Please visit the academic page for the program you are interested in to view all admission requirements.

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Apply to Drexel University's School of Education

To apply for admission, please select the application for your program of interest.

Undergraduate Program Applications

Please use the following applications for undergraduate certificate and degree programs.

Graduate and Doctoral Program Applications

Please use the following applications for graduate certificates, certifications, master's and doctoral degree programs.