Find all the resources you need to plan your schedule and register for classes.
The majority of academic programs operate on the University’s quarter system. Consult with your Academic Advisor for details on your degree program’s required classes.
Developed by Dornsife’s Program Manager/Academic Advisors for master’s students, this syllabus is designed to outline what is expected of you in the academic advising process during your time as a student at the Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University. For more information on the Advisor-Advisee relationship, see our Academic Advising page. (Updated Advising Syllabus coming soon!)
Registering for courses is an important part of being a student. Planning your schedule, ensuring you remain on progress towards completing your degree, and selecting courses that will aid in your success require careful planning and attention to detail. Online registration occurs several weeks before the start of each quarter. Your Academic Advisor will reach out to you via your Drexel email address with further registration instructions and details about the course schedule for your first term. Explore this tutorial to learn more about the registration process. Additionally, you can find your registration time ticket here.
The Catalog contains all programs offered by Drexel University, providing enrolled students with the information they need regarding their chosen academic path, and helping prospective students make important enrollment decisions. View course requirements for undergraduate students and graduate students at Dornsife.
Final exam schedule
The Final Exam Schedule is detailed by course and term. Your course instructor will provide details about the final exam during the quarter. See here for more information on policies regarding final exams.
The minors are designed to complement student’s training by providing basic knowledge in topics outside their primary discipline. Minors are open to all Drexel graduate students in all schools and colleges.
Independent Study (IS) courses may be offered for students to explore areas of special interest that are not provided in the existing curriculum. A faculty member and student must together negotiate a course of study. Independent Study may not be used to replace regularly offered courses or courses needed for a degree requirement without approval from the Office of the Provost. Submit an Independent Study request and complete the Independent Study Signature page.
These electives are open to all majors with no prerequisites other than University requirements.
Term Master Schedule
The Term Master Schedule provides course schedule and course detailed information based on terms.