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Undergraduate Majors

What are your talents? What are your passions? What fields inspire you? Most important, where can these talents, passions, and inspirations take you when it comes to an undergraduate degree? At Drexel we offer more than 80 undergraduate majors in areas as diverse as biomedical engineering and film and video. If you're not quite sure what path you're going to take, Drexel also offers undeclared options, through which you can explore subjects before formally deciding your major.

For information about Drexel's part-time and non-degree programs, please visit our Part-Time Undergraduate Admissions website. To learn more about our online degree offerings, visit Drexel University Online.

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Accounting

The accounting major is designed to provide basic conceptual accounting and business knowledge for careers in accounting and taxation.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Animation and Visual Effects

The animation and visual effects major​ provides students with the technological, story-telling, and design skills needed to succeed as visual effects artists and animators.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Architectural Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering​ prepares graduates for work in analysis, design, construction, and operation of residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial buildings.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Architecture

The Two + Four Option combines the benefits of full-time studies on campus with Drexel's tradition of excellence in architecture, which stresses professional growth and development in parallel with part-time studies.

The Architecture program includes 2 years of full-time study plus 4 years of part-time study with full-time apprenticeship.

This program is not available to full-time transfer students or international students on student visas (i.e., without permanent U.S. residency status). However, transfer students are eligible for the part-time evening architecture program.

Co-op Options:
Six-year program

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Behavioral Health Counseling

The Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Health Counseling​ is designed to meet the growing demand for skilled professionals in mental health and addictions services.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Nursing and Health Professions
Biological Sciences

This program is designed to provide a basis for careers in the private sector, government and research laboratories, and for advanced study in medicine, other health-related areas, or teaching.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall or winter terms.

Concentrations:

  • Cell Molecular Genetics/Biochemistry
  • Ecology, Evolution, and Genomics
  • General Biology
  • Organismal Biology/Physiology
  • Pathobiology

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineering is an innovative bachelor of science degree program that prepares students to conceive, design, and develop devices and systems that improve human health and quality of life.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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School of Biomedical Engineering, Science, and Health Systems
Business and Engineering

The business and engineering curriculum provides students with expertise in both fields.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Undeclared – Business

Helps you identify the right path early in your college experience.

Undeclared students are welcome at Drexel and are well served by the University's strong emphasis on career preparation. "Undeclared" can mean that you are still considering your area of study. It can also mean that you have narrowed down your interest to business, but you're not sure what career field to focus on.

Students who are interested in business should select the undeclared option because these students need to enroll in specific first-year classes (which still count toward the degree if the student ultimately majors in a non-technical area).

This program is not available to transfer students.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

LeBow College of Business
Chemical Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering e​quips students with the broad technical knowledge and teamwork skills required for the conversion of raw materials into valuable products.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Chemistry

Chemistry is a BS degree certified by the American Chemical Society Committee on Professional Training, and a BA degree for those interested in continuing on to professional study in fields such as law or medicine are both offered.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years) - BA only

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College of Arts and Sciences
Civil Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering​ instills the principles of structural, transportation, environmental, geotechnical, water resources, and public facilities engineering as well as construction management.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Communication

The communication major prepares students with broad theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on experience for any career that requires essential communication skills, including public relations, journalism, technical editing, and more​.

Concentrations:

  • Public Relations
  • Journalism
  • Technical and Science Communication

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Computer Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering f​ocuses on digital circuit design, computer hardware and organization, programming and computer software, algorithms, and networks.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Computer Science

The computer science major offers exposure to and hands-on practice in core areas including programming paradigms and languages, algorithms, systems, networking, and software engineering.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Concentrations:

  • Game Programming & Development

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Computing & Informatics
Construction Management

The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management​ prepares students for all phases of operation and management of the construction organization including cost estimation, project scheduling, and planning.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Criminology and Justice Studies

Focusing on the most recent scientific developments and latest technologies in the field, the criminology and justice studies​ program synthesizes academic learning with direct experience in the criminal justice system.

Concentrations:

  • Criminal Justice
  • Criminology and Justice Policy
  • Justice Informatics

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Custom-Designed Major

The custom-designed major enables students to pursue an individualized course of study at Drexel University not readily available through an existing major, or a combination of existing majors and/or minors.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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Pennoni Honors College
Dance

Offering opportunity for intensive exploration of dance in its physical, creative, and therapeutic aspects, this degree prepares students for careers in dance/movement therapy or dance in education.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Design and Merchandising

Learn to create, merchandise, promote, and distribute fashion and related products. Students develop a strong sartorial sense and gain the business acumen needed to succeed in the fashion industry.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Economics

The economics major is designed for those who wish to prepare for advanced degrees in the field, as well as those who want a sound business education with a focus on economics.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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School of Economics
Electrical Engineering

The electrical engineering major emphasizes computer-aided design and hands-on laboratory experience in three different tracks: telecommunications/digital signal processing, electronics, and electrical engineering.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Elementary Education

Elementary Education is a four-year program with co-op experiences directly related to your area of teacher certification.

Concentrations:

  • Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 4
  • Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 4 and Special Education
  • Middle Level (Grades 4–8) Math and English
  • Middle Level (Grades 4–8) Science and Math
  • Middle Level (Grades 4–8) Science and English

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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School of Education
Engineering Interdisciplinary

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering is an interdisciplinary engineering program for students who do not intend to be practicing engineers. Students in this program combine a rigorous engineering education in the College of Engineering with interdisciplinary studies in fields outside of engineering, like law, medicine, business, entrepreneurship, international studies, public policy, education, music, art, entertainment, environmental studies, and more.

Students who wish to choose a major in the College of Engineering, but are still deciding on a specific engineering major, should apply for the undeclared – engineering major.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Undeclared – Engineering

Helps you identify the right path early in your college experience.

Undeclared students are welcome at Drexel and are well served by the University's strong emphasis on career preparation. "Undeclared" can mean that you are still considering your area of study. It can also mean that you have narrowed down your interest to engineering, but you're not sure what career field to focus on.

Students who wish to choose a major in engineering, but are still deciding on a specific engineering major, can apply for the engineering – undeclared​ major. During their sophomore year, these students will be asked to select a more specific engineering major such as architectural, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, materials, and mechanical engineering.

This program is not available to transfer students.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

College of Engineering
Engineering Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology is d​esigned to provide a basis for students who plan to pursue careers in a variety of design, production, and service-related positions.

Concentrations:

  • Biomedical Engineering Technology
  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Industrial Engineering Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Computer Engineering Technology

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
English

The English major offers a wide-ranging curriculum on British, American, and World literatures stressing the cultural, historical, and political contexts that shape and affect literary production.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Entertainment & Arts Management

The Entertainment & Arts Management​ program prepares students for the challenges of working in the media by offering a specialized curriculum and a nationally ranked co-op component.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Environmental Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering​ is concerned with protecting human, animal, and plant populations from the effects of adverse environmental factors, including toxic chemicals and wastes, pathogenic bacteria, and global warming.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Environmental Science

The environmental science major educates undergraduates for technical careers and graduate study in the areas of science vital to restoration of a clean and healthy environment in the 21st century.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall or winter terms.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Environmental Studies and Sustainability

This is a multidisciplinary program providing students with a technical grounding in environmental science as well as a strong focus on social science in order to prepare students for policy careers.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Fashion Design

Students learn all the elements of design and production needed to enter the fashion industry. Students create and craft their own collection to show at Drexel's Senior Fashion Show.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Film and Television

The program allows students to leverage their skills and talent to realize their visions and pursue a variety of professions in film and television.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Finance

Students majoring in finance obtain a thorough understanding of the concepts, principles, operating procedures, and analytical techniques in the field.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Game Design & Production

The game design & production major​ combines a strong comprehension of animation and interactivity, along with an understanding of design and programming.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
General Business

This major is provided for those students who do not want to specialize in any one area but want a more extensive exposure to all the various areas of business.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Undeclared – General Humanities and Social Sciences

Helps you identify the right path early in your college experience.

Undeclared students are welcome at Drexel and are well served by the University's strong emphasis on career preparation. "Undeclared" can mean that you are still considering your area of study. It can also mean that you have narrowed down your interest to general humanities and social sciences, but you're not sure what career field to focus on.

Students who are interested in a broad range of areas are encouraged to enroll initially as general humanities and social sciences – undeclared.

This program is not available to transfer students.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

College of Arts and Sciences
Graphic Design

Students learn to conceptualize, design, and produce visual communications in various media. Students balance traditional and technical studies while learning the principles of color, form, image, space, and typography.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Health Services Administration

This program provides students with a foundation in general management and economic principles related to health care.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Nursing and Health Professions
History

The history major allows students to develop evidence-based understandings of the past, which helps to explain causes and consequences that have shaped the human experience in distinctive times and places.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Hospitality Management

The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management​ provides the foundation that allows students to gain leadership positions in the food service, tourism, and lodging industries.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
No Co-op (Four years; transfer students only)

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Center for Food and Hospitality Management
Information Systems

The Bachelor of Science in Information Systems meets the demand for individuals skilled in the development and management of information systems. Students learn how to determine information needs, design appropriate information systems, manage those systems, and measure the systems' performance.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Computing & Informatics
Interior Design

Accredited by CIDA, the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (formerly FIDER), and NASAD, the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, the Interior Design program provides a foundation in design fundamentals, architecture, art history, and furniture.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Global Studies

A language-based, interdisciplinary degree program, the global studies major is designed to prepare students for careers in a global environment.

Concentrations:

  • Global Health and Sustainability
  • Global Business, Economics, and Development
  • Global Justice and Human Rights
  • Global Media, Arts, and Cultures

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
International Business

The international business major explores the international business environment as well as the internal workings of international corporations.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Legal Studies

This major enhances the student's perspective on the impact of legal issues within their respective professions, both legal and corporate.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Management Information Systems

The management information systems major focuses on the managing of people and systems related to information technology.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Marketing

A major in marketing prepares students for opportunities in product and brand management, advertising, channel management, logistics and physical distribution, public relations, new-product development, and more.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Materials Science and Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering​ explores possibilities for extending the supply of materials, improving existing materials, and developing new and superior materials and processes.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Mathematics

Provides a firm grounding in the core areas of mathematics and the ability to apply this knowledge to problems encountered in a technological society, offering both BA and BS degree options.

Transfer students may only choose the no co-op option for winter and spring terms, but all co-op options are available for students who transfer in the fall term.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Mechanical Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering​ balances technical breadth with technical depth in preparing students for careers in industry and government as well as graduate study.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Engineering
Undeclared – Design

Helps you identify the right path early in your college experience.

Undeclared students are welcome at Drexel and are well served by the University's strong emphasis on career preparation. "Undeclared" can mean that you are still considering your area of study. It can also mean that you have narrowed down your interest to design, but you're not sure what career field to focus on.

Students who are interested in media arts and design should select the undeclared option because these students need to enroll in specific first-year classes (which still count toward the degree if the student ultimately majors in a non-technical area).

This program is not available to transfer students.

Students in this program may not track into the Architecture program.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Music Industry

The music industry major focuses on real-world applications, cutting-edge production techniques, and the most current business/law developments.

This program is not available to transfer students.

Concentrations:

  • Business
  • Recording Arts and Music Production

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Nursing Accelerated Career Entry (ACE)

The Nursing Accelerated Career Entry 11-month day​ program is an intensive full-time Bachelor of Science in Nursing program for students who already have bachelor's or graduate degrees. 

Nursing ACE is only available to students with a bachelor's degree. Students may enroll for the 11-month program for the fall or spring term.

Co-op Options:
No Co-op

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College of Nursing and Health Professions
Nursing

This full-time Nursing program offers up to three paid, six-month cooperative education experiences. New first-year students may choose either the one co-op or the three co-op option.

Transfer students may only choose the no co-op option for the fall term. Certain prerequisites are required in order to complete a no co-op program.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Transfer students only)

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College of Nursing and Health Professions
Nutrition and Foods

This major prepares students to pursue career opportunities in dietetics and research.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Nursing and Health Professions
Operations and Supply Chain Management

This major is designed to prepare students for participation as managers or specialists in the operations activity of industrial and service systems.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Health Sciences

The undergraduate program in Health Sciences prepares students to enter a wide variety of careers in health care and related professions. Examples of careers and graduate programs our students pursue include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, cardiac rehabilitation, physician assistant studies, nursing, exercise physiology, nutrition sciences, clinical research, public health, health advocacy, bioethics, health psychology, and others.

First-Year students may only choose the one co-op option.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall or winter terms.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Nursing and Health Professions
Philosophy

The philosophy major offers a comprehensive understanding of the leading intellectual traditions of the West and provides rigorous preparation for graduate school, law school, or medical school.

Ethical Theory & Philosophy
Philosophy & Law
Philosophy, Technology, & Service

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Photography

A hands-on program that blends traditional processes with the latest technologies, the photography major provides all the tools necessary for aspiring artists/photographers to achieve a breadth of experience not generally developed in commercial photography or fine arts programs.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Physics

The physics program xplores the span of universal phenomena from the farthest reaches of astrophysics and cosmology to molecular biophysics and subatomic particle physics.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Political Science

The political science major helps students cultivate perspective, develop critical thinking and communication skills, and understand the economic, social, and political systems within which we live and work.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Product Design

Focusing creativity and intellect, the product design major prepares students for careers in a range of product design fields including corporate product design, design consulting, entrepreneurial endeavors, sustainable product development, and global design initiatives.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term. Please note that this program is currently at capacity for the fall 2019 term, and we will no longer be accepting applications.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Psychology

The psychology major focuses on framing useful questions regarding human behavior, cognition, and emotion as well as researching, formulating, and understanding meaningful and applicable answers.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Undeclared – Science

Helps you identify the right path early in your college experience.

Undeclared students are welcome at Drexel and are well served by the University's strong emphasis on career preparation. "Undeclared" can mean that you are still considering your area of study. It can also mean that you have narrowed down your interest to science, but you're not sure what career field to focus on.

Students who are interested in science should select the undeclared option because these students need to enroll in specific first-year classes (which still count toward the degree if the student ultimately majors in a non-technical area).

This program is not available to transfer students.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

College of Arts and Sciences
Screenwriting and Playwriting

The screenwriting and playwriting program prepares students to pursue writing careers for the stage or the screen.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Secondary Education

Secondary education is a four-year program with co-op experiences directly related to your area of teacher certfication.

Concentrations:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Earth and Space Science
  • English
  • General Science
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Social Studies

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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School of Education
Sociology

The sociology program is designed around four components: theory, methods, substantive coursework, and special coursework in community-based research.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Software Engineering

This major, drawing on the strengths of existing Drexel programs in computer science and information systems, provides a curriculum that encompasses behavioral, managerial and technical aspects of software engineering and attempts to synthesize disciplinary paradigms and themes.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Computing & Informatics
Sport Management

The Bachelor of Science in Sport Management ​is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in sport-oriented organizations such as law, media, marketing, and business.

First-Year students may only choose the three or one co-op option.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Interactive Digital Media

The Digital Media program's interactive digital media major prepares students for positions in a field that requires an understanding of both the aesthetics of development for online platforms and the server-side technologies that drive the content.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Real Estate Management and Development

​The Bachelor of Science in Real Estate Management and Development helps students to develop the necessary competencies to be successful in the multidimensional field of property management. The program requires the completion of a minor in business administration as well as a set of core property management courses that provide a solid foundation for all professionals.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Business Analytics

​From the private sector to public service, organizations are increasingly relying on intensive data analysis, and the Business Analytics program is unique in that it meets this need and complements an existing LeBow College of Business major of your choosing. This means that upon graduation you'll not only have expertise in a functional area of business, but also the skills to provide data analysis relative to your chosen specialty.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Geoscience

​The geoscience major provides a solid foundation for students wishing to pursue graduate work. The major also instills the skills and experience necessary to enter the workforce immediately upon graduation in areas including applied geology and paleontology.

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Concentrations:

  • Applied Geology
  • General Geoscience
  • Paleontology

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Public Health

​Public health is an interdisciplinary program exploring the core disciplines of public health: epidemiology, community health and prevention, environmental and occupational health, and health management and policy.​

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

Catalog Description

Dornsife School of Public Health
Undeclared – Media

​‪Helps you identify the right path early in your college experience.‬

Undeclared students are welcome at Drexel and are well served by the University's strong emphasis on career preparation. "Undeclared" can mean that you are still considering your area of study. It can also mean that you have narrowed down your interest to media, but you're not sure what career field to focus on.

Students who are interested in media arts and design should select the undeclared option because these students need to enroll in specific first-year classes (which still count toward the degree if the student ultimately majors in a non-technical area).

This program is not available to transfer students.

Students in this program may not track into the Music Industry program.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Entrepreneurship is about being proactive, opportunistic and innovative. The Close School of Entrepreneurship's program in Entrepreneurship and Innovation is designed to prepare students to think and act entrepreneurially, in the context of established companies, in working for small and growing ventures, in starting a new venture or self-employment, and in an overall general approach to their personal and professional lives. Within this innovative curriculum, students build entrepreneurial skills such as resilience, opportunity recognition, self-efficacy, negotiation, and effective communication. The program emphasizes interdisciplinary coursework in collaboration with other Drexel colleges and schools, providing entrepreneurship students with the opportunity to take classes with future engineers, scientists, artists, business and community leaders. In 2019, the Close School of Entrepreneurship at Drexel University was ranked by The Princeton Review as one of the top 25 undergraduate schools for Entrepreneurship education for a second, consecutive year.  Currently, the Close School's undergraduate program is the only ranked program in the entire region (PA, NJ, DE).​

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall or winter term.

Concentrations:

  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • New Venture Creation

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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Close School of Entrepreneurship
Art History

​Designed to provide a foundation of art history knowledge and understanding, the art history program explores a wide array of art movements and styles throughout the years.​

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Culinary Arts and Science

​This major prepares students for leadership positions in the hospitality and culinary science industries.​

Concentrations:

  • Culinary Science
  • Food and Beverage Management

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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Center for Food and Hospitality Management
Undeclared – First-Year Exploratory Studies

​This major enables students to discover the right path for them throughout their college experience and beyond. Students work with faculty to apply their interests and skills to a major that will prepare them for a successful future.​

This program is not available to transfer students.

Concentrations:

  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • STEM

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

Goodwin College of Professional Studies
Data Science

​Data Science is a comprehensive degree that helps students learn how to collect and analyze data that can be applied to various industries, including marketing, consumer behavior, and more.​

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term and are only eligible for the one co-op option.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Computing & Informatics
Computing and Security Technology

​​The Bachelor of Science in Computing & Security Technology​ prepares students for hands-on computer application work in business and industry.​​

Transfer students may only enroll for the fall term.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Computing & Informatics
Emerging Scholars Program

​The Emerging Scholars program at Drexel is a custom-built two-year, competitive program designed for students interested in the humanities and social sciences. It allows students to explore the liberal arts while providing close mentorship and hands-on experiences to help guide them in choosing a major that's right for them.​


This program is only available to new first-year students.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

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College of Arts and Sciences
Organizational Management

The Organizational Management program at Drexel LeBow prepares students with the skills necessary to be successful in their careers, including communication, integrity, teamwork, cross-cultural sensitivity, negotiation, leadership and vision. The program provides a solid foundation of skills that are highly sought after in any field.​

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
Technology Innovation Management

​The Technology Innovation Management program provides a unique educational opportunity to explore the ever-changing landscape of business and technology. It focuses on developing the skills sought after not only by technology companies but also consulting firms and employers in traditional industries that seek to take advantage of new technologies.​

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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LeBow College of Business
General Studies

The Bachelor of Science (BS) in General Studies is the ideal degree completion program for self-directed students who desire a program they can tailor to their personal and professional interests. The program covers the fundamentals of a university education while allowing students to exhibit intellectual interest and discipline across a broad range of college-level coursework.​

Available to transfer students only.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)
No Co-op (Four years)

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Goodwin College of Professional Studies
Virtual Reality & Immersive Media

The virtual reality & immersive media major is designed to provide the unique skill set needed the design and production of Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), 360° Video and other Immersive Media formats.​

Transfer students are only eligible to apply for a fall start.

Co-op Options:
One Co-op (Four years)

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Westphal College of Media Arts & Design
Undeclared – Computing and Information Science

Helps you identify the right path early in your college experience.

Undeclared students are welcome at Drexel and are well served by the University's strong emphasis on career preparation. "Undeclared" can mean that you are still considering your area of study. It can also mean that you have narrowed down your interest to computing and informatics, but you're not sure what career field to focus on.

Students who wish to choose a major in computing and information science, but are still deciding on a specific major, can apply for the computing and information science – undeclared​ major. By the end of winter term of their first year, these students will be asked to select a more specific major in the College of Computing and Informatics.

Co-op Options:
Three Co-op (Five years)
One Co-op (Four years)

College of Computing and Informatics