Drexel University

Drexel University Online Learning

Online courses are a convenient option for busy students. You may even want to complete your entire degree online if you are an older student or working full-time. In most cases, you can plan your own schedule and work around your life. Keep reading to see what your online learning options are at Drexel University.

On this page you will find:

Online Bachelor’s Degrees at Drexel

8 Online Bachelor's Programs
1,170 Online Bachelor's Degrees
Drexel offers 8 online bachelor's degrees. During the most recent year for which data is available, 1,170 students obtained their bachelor's degree in one of these fields:

Online Bachelor’s Degree Number of Grads
Business Administration & Management 57
General Psychology 90
Health & Medical Administrative Services 67
Information Technology 42
Liberal Arts General Studies 65
Marketing 165
Nursing 630
Public Relations & Advertising 54

The average full-time tuition for out-of-state undergraduates at Drexel is $52,146. Part time students pay $1,173 per credit hour. For more information on costs, see our Drexel tuition and fees page.

Online Master’s Degrees at Drexel

35 Online Master's Programs
1,266 Online Master's Degrees
You can get an online master's degree in 35 different fields at Drexel. The following table shows which subject areas are offered online and the number of recent graduates in each one.

Online Master’s Degree Number of Grads
Allied Health Professions 73
Animal Science 20
Arts & Media Management 23
Biochemistry, Biophysics & Molecular Biology 3
Business Administration & Management 25
Computer Engineering 11
Computer Science 24
Construction Management 33
Educational Administration 44
Electrical Engineering 35
Entrepreneurial Studies 2
General Biology 32
General Business/Commerce 156
General Engineering Technology 5
Health & Medical Administrative Services 45
Health & Physical Education 14
Health Sciences & Services 7
Health/Medical Prep Programs 5
Homeland Security 2
Hospitality Management 5
Human Resource Management 8
Information Science 57
Instructional Media Design 7
Legal Research 38
Library & Information Science 81
Medical Illustration & Informatics 9
Microbiological Sciences & Immunology 14
Nursing 325
Other Education 3
Other Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies 14
Pharmacology & Toxicology 16
Public Relations & Advertising 25
Real Estate 1
Systems Engineering 8
Teacher Education Subject Specific 96

The average full-time tuition for out-of-state graduate students at Drexel is $35,181. Part time graduate students pay $1,303 per credit hour.

How Many Students Participate in Online Learning at Drexel?

1,917 Undergrad Degree Seekers
6 Undergrad Non-Seekers
1,042 Graduate Students
In the 2017-2018 academic year, 2,965 students took at least one online class at Drexel University. Of these students, 1,917 were seeking an undergraduate degree, 6 were undergraduates who were not enrolled in a degree program (non-seekers), and 1,042 were graduate students.

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All Online Students at Drexel

2,965 Took At Least One Online Class
1,437 Took All Classes Online
53.38% Out of State Students
Of the 24,634 students at Drexel University, 12.04% (2,965) took at least one class online. About 5.83% (1,437) took all of their courses online. Those students who took classes exclusively online were from the following places:

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The table below shows the total number of online students at Drexel University for the last five years.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 2,965 1,437
2016-2017 4,982 2,701
2015-2016 9,384 5,353
2014-2015 9,878 5,188
2013-2014 9,500 5,232

Online Undergraduate Degree Seekers at Drexel

1,917 Took At Least One Online Class
556 Took All Classes Online
49.82% Out of State Students
In 2017-2018, 15,557 undergraduate students attended Drexel University. Of these students 12.32% (1,917) took at least one class online. 3.57% (556) of undergraduate degree seekers took classes exclusively online. Those who took all of their classes online were from the following places:

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The table below shows the total number of online undergraduate degree students at Drexel University for the last five years.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 1,917 556
2016-2017 3,058 1,041
2015-2016 5,335 1,997
2014-2015 5,434 1,620
2013-2014 5,095 1,676

Online Undergraduate Non-Degree Seekers at Drexel

6 Took At Least One Online Class
3 Took All Classes Online
66.67% Out of State Students
Of the 167 undergraduate non-seekers at Drexel University, 3.59% (6) took at least one class online. About 1.80% (3) took all of their courses online. Those non-seekers who took classes exclusively online were from the following places:

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The table below shows the total number of online students at Drexel University for the last five years.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 6 3
2016-2017 18 15
2015-2016 98 81
2014-2015 86 64
2013-2014 81 62

Online Graduate Students at Drexel

1,042 Took At Least One Online Class
878 Took All Classes Online
55.58% Out of State Students
During the 2017-2018 academic year, 8,910 graduate students attended Drexel University, and 11.69% (1,042) were enrolled in at least one online class. 9.85% (878) of these students took classes exclusively online. Those graduate students who only took online courses were originally from the following places:

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The table below shows the total number of online students at Drexel University for the last five years.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 1,042 878
2016-2017 1,906 1,645
2015-2016 3,951 878
2014-2015 4,358 3,504
2013-2014 4,324 3,494

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