Drexel University’s Online Programs Have Been Named Among The Best in U.S. News & World Report's 2020 Rankings
Drexel is ranked #32 for Online Graduate Engineering programs, #41 for Online Graduate Nursing programs and #53 for Online Graduate Education programs. Drexel University also placed among the top 100 for Best Online Bachelor’s Degrees and in the top 20 for Graduate Information Technology Degrees.
Among the Best Online Programs for Veterans categories, Drexel ranks among the top 50 for MBA programs, the top 20 for Graduate Education, and #16 for Graduate Nursing degrees. Drexel has a rich history of recognizing and appreciating the service of active duty and veteran military personnel, being one of a small group of universities with no cap on the number of veterans who may enroll through the Yellow Ribbon Program.
U.S. News evaluated more than 1,600 online programs for the 2020 rankings, which are scored on factors such as student engagement, faculty credentials and training, services and technologies, and student excellence.
“For more than 125 years, Drexel University has been known for its commitment to innovative, technology-focused education designed to help students stand out,” said Elisabeth Van Bockstaele, PhD, senior vice president for graduate and online education at Drexel University. “I am proud that U.S. News & World Report has once again recognized what sets a Drexel education apart, particularly for our online students. They have access to faculty at the top of their fields and a robust network of resources to help them succeed, with an added bonus: an impressive network of accomplished classmates all over the world.”
Drexel University specializes in innovative, internet-based education programs for working professionals, organizations and corporations, enrolling more than 7,500 unique online students from all 50 states and more than 25 countries. Having offered online degrees since 1996, Drexel is known as a leader in technology-enhanced education and maintains regional accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.