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Technology Degrees Online at Drexel University


Drexel University , ranked One of America's Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report, offers top-ranked bachelor's and master's degrees online in the fields of Computing Technology , Information Systems , Library Science and Engineering . An internationally recognized center for education and research, the College has offered accredited Online programs since 1997.

The technology degrees delivered online offer career-oriented training that allows you to make an immediate impact to the workplace. Taught by distinguished faculty (over 90% have PhDs), Drexel's accredited online technology degree programs enjoy the highest accreditations in their respective fields and several top rankings. Instruction is delivered primarily asynchronously, offering unprecedented convenience and flexibility for working professionals.

Explore our catalog of technology degrees available online to learn more.


Bachelor of Science in Computing and Security Technology 
Online degree program which combines liberal studies with career-oriented, IT courses that prepare you for sought after certifications from organizations like CompTIA, Microsoft, Oracle, Sun and more.

Master of Science in Information Systems 
Provides a thorough overview of all stages of system engineering as a life-cycle process and prepares software designers and developers for successful careers as information system professionals (60 credits - 15 courses).

Master of Science in Library & Information Science 
Prepares tomorrow's information professionals for roles such as web developers, knowledge management and Internet content specialists, competitive intelligence experts, or digital librarians. This degree is accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) (60 credits - 15 courses).

Master of Science in Computer Science  
A graduate program offering career-oriented courses that prepare students for work on the cutting edge of technology. (45 credits – 15 courses)

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering 
A graduate program that covers the latest applications and emerging technologies in the field, preparing electrical engineers with the tools and knowledge needed to advance into leadership roles. (45 credits - 15 courses)

Master of Science in Engineering Management 
A multi-disciplinary graduate program designed for engineers and scientists who want to advance into management and executive roles (48 credits - 16 courses).

Master of Science in Engineering Technology 
The Master of Science in Engineering Technology program offers courses focused on the technologies used in today’s modern emerging industries.

Master of Science in Software Engineering  
A graduate program that provides an understanding of the latest technologies and tools that are being developed and encompasses behavioral, managerial and technical aspects of software engineering. (45 credits - 15 courses)

Master of Science in Communication 
The program allows students to focus on technical communication while studying writing, editing, message design, software documentation and ethics.  

Advanced Certificate of Information Studies and Technology   
This non-degree, independent study program provides specialized training beyond the master’s program. It is intended for librarians, software engineering, information systems professionals, and specialists in related fields who wish to update their education or develop new expertise (24 credits - 8 courses).

Post-Bachelor's Certificate in Computing Security Technology
The curriculum of this certificate program is designed to provide you with a deep understanding of security-related issues and technologies. It includes six required courses and two electives (24 credits - 8 courses).

Certificate in Cybersecurity, Law & Policy 

The online certificate in Cybersecurity, Law & Policy allows students to receive the fundamentals on cybersecurity, policy, and issues of cyber law.  It is the first of its kind that examines technical and policy issues under one umbrella while looking at issues of cybersecurity. (9 credits). 

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