Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorates
Programs: Economics, Mathematics, Art, Nursing, Media Arts (Film, Game Art, Graphic Design, Music Industry, etc.) and more (over 200 total)
Tuition Range: $32,300-$39,700
Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Drexel University is a large private school hosting over 23,500 students, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in about 200 fields of study. Of particular note within the university is the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design, which offers a comprehensive selection of degree programs in numerous media- and art-related fields. These include Architecture, Animation, Film/Video, Music Industry, Television, Game Art, Entertainment & Arts Management, Screenwriting, Digital Media, Graphic Design, Interior Design and others.
While operating in a conventional college format (4-5 years for a bachelor’s degree), Drexel offers a couple of unique benefits. Many degree plans include a Co-op option which integrates actual, paid work experience with the student’s curriculum, building his/her resume while getting an education. Additionally, several majors offer an accelerated track based on academic achievement, in which the student can earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree simultaneously in less time than it would take to complete both individually. For all these benefits, however, expect to pay top dollar: between $32,300 and $39,700 per year, not including fees, room and board.
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