Drexel University College of Medicine seeks highly qualified and motivated students who demonstrate the desire, intelligence and integrity to become excellent physicians. We encourage nontraditional applicants and are committed to a diverse student body. We invite you to learn more about our programs, our affiliated hospitals, and the talented faculty, staff, and students who make up our caring community.
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies
Offering 40 doctoral, master's and certificate programs, the Graduate School leverages the strengths of Drexel's College of Medicine and its relationships with academic disciplines across Drexel to provide students with career-focused learning experiences and extensive training in their chosen fields.
Residencies and Fellowships
Drexel University College of Medicine offers residents and fellows a full range of training at primary and affiliated hospital sites located throughout the Greater Philadelphia region. Our residency and fellowship programs provide an exceptionally well-rounded clinical experience, with opportunities in primary, secondary and tertiary care, and exposure to the most current research, technologies, treatments and resources.
Behavioral Healthcare Education
Behavioral Healthcare Education, in the College's Department of Psychiatry, offers online and regional continuing education courses for behavioral health professionals. Our educational offerings are designed to expand your skills and competencies, improve clients' satisfaction, and keep you informed on new technologies and experience-based practices.
Drexel University College of Medicine's Mini-Medical School offers several distinct programs for those who are interested in health care, including high-school and college students considering a career in medicine. Our Mini-Medical School was the first in the area to launch medical mentoring programs. Each program includes interaction with our physicians, lectures and hands-on laboratory sessions.
MD Program Tuition and Financial Aid
Financing a medical education requires a great deal of planning and knowledge about resources. Students are encouraged to begin looking at the financial responsibilities of medical school as early as possible. The College of Medicine administers a variety of programs that offer loans, grants and work opportunities.
Financial Planning Services
Drexel University College of Medicine has a financial planner on staff full time to assist all students and their families with counseling and financial planning during and after their time with us. This service is designed to address the student's entire financial picture beyond financial aid.
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