The Drexel Difference
Drexel LeBow’s programs offer a rigorous, hands-on learning experience that emphasizes the global perspectives and entrepreneurial thinking needed to help you succeed in your individual career path.
Drexel's Baiada Institute links research, coursework, experiential learning and entrepreneurial thinking with practical guidance for budding entrepreneurs.
The Institute's mission — underscored by a deep interdisciplinary nature — is to develop entrepreneurial leaders and foster the creation of successful technology ventures within the Drexel community.
Promotes the ideals of social responsibility and public service by facilitating community based experiential learning for students, faculty, and staff.
A valuable part of Drexel University’s education happens outside of the classroom. Participating in activities and organizations where leadership, community responsibility, intellectual, religious and social interests are met, enriches and completes your college education. Explore all of the organizations Drexel has to offer on DragonLink.
In a quarter-based academic calendar, fast-paced classes last 10 weeks instead of the standard 14 or 15 weeks in a semester system. Drexel’s approach accelerates the foundation courses so students can more quickly progress to the advanced courses in each area of interest.