B.S./M.S. in Software Engineering
The B.S./M.S. in Software Engineering allows students to complete both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree along with two co-ops within the traditional five years. The program integrates the practical work experience of a Drexel undergraduate education with the credentials of a graduate degree.
Guidelines & Requirements
University regulations require application after the completion of 90 credits but before the completion of 120 credits. Applicants must have completed the following core Software Engineering courses with a minimum GPA of 3.25:
- SE 101 (Foundations of SE I)
- SE 102 (Foundations of SE II)
- SE 103 (Foundations of SE III)
- SE 210 (Software Specifications & Design I)
- SE 211 (Software Specifications & Design II)
- SE 310 (Systems Architecture I)
Applicants must have an overall cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.25 or higher. To apply, please submit the application packet to Amanda Kennedy (email@example.com). The packet must include the BSMS Application, a BSMS Plan of Study Blank Template, and two letters of recommendation from either the Department of Computer Science or the College of Information Science and Technology faculty.
Acceptance to the program will be decided by the undergraduate and graduate curriculum committees, and will be based on a combination of the student’s GPA and letters of recommendation. Acceptance may be denied if the plan of study is not feasible. For more information, contact the Department of Computer Science or the College of Information Science and Technology.