College of Arts & Science
The College of Arts and Sciences was established in 1990, with the merger of the College of Sciences and the College of Humanities. The humanities programs at Drexel University provide students with a firm foundation in liberal arts while offering a unique perspective through Drexel's technological history.
College of Engineering
Drexel University's College of Engineering is an internationally recognized leader in engineering education. It is the third largest private engineering college in the United States, with numerous faculty recognitions, highly ranked programs and research accomplishments.
The iSchool at Drexel (College of Information Science & Technology)
These programs are offered by the iSchool at Drexel (College of Information Science & Technology), an internationally recognized center for education and research in all facets of information science and systems. A pioneer in online education, the College offered its first program online in 1995. Online programs lead to the same degrees you would earn on Drexel's campus.
College of Medicine
Drexel University's College of Medicine represents the union of two of the oldest medical colleges in the United States: the Medical College of Pennsylvania (formerly Women's Medical College founded in 1850) and Hahnemann University (founded in 1848).
College of Nursing and Health Professions
Drexel University's College of Nursing and Health Professions has a national reputation as a leader in nursing education, drawing on its 130-year legacy of educating Nurses for successful careers. Its origins date back to the former Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania (est. 1864) and the Hahnemann Hospital Training School for Nurses (est. 1890).
Bachelor's degree completion programs and certificates are offered by Drexel University's Goodwin College. Goodwin has a long-standing tradition of providing educational opportunities for adult learners. Since 1892, Goodwin College has offered various educational options designed to meet the needs of its students. In 1989, The Association of Continuing Higher Education honored Goodwin College for more than 50 years of outstanding achievement in the field of adult education.
LeBow College of Business
Drexel University's LeBow College of Business has an outstanding reputation for leadership, corporate partnerships, technological strengths, and flexibility to meet the demands of today's business world. LeBow is accredited by AACSB International, the highest accreditation for U.S. Business Schools.
School of Education
The programs of Drexel University's School of Education, ranked among "America's BEST Graduate Schools 2011" by U.S.News & World Report, incorporate current research on teaching and expose teachers to the latest developments in pedagogy and instructional technology.
School of Public Health
Drexel's School of Public Health uses problem-based learning methods to promote lifelong learning. It offers a technologically-focused curriculum that uniquely prepares students to enter the world of public health by focusing on community-based practices, case-solving, and applicable case studies.
College of Media Arts & Design
Drexel's Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design (The Westphal College) fosters the study, exploration and management of the arts: media, design, the performing and visual. The college is a center for creativity that educates students to find their place as leaders in today's rapidly-changing world by teaching them the diverse skills needed to conceptualize and implement creative thinking. The curriculum integrates studio education and experiential learning with the study of aesthetics, function, history, ethics, technology, economic realities, and the importance of addressing the pressing issues of our times. We currently offer the MS in Arts Administration online program through this college.