Regardless of how far along you are on your career path, or if you recently switched to something new, Drexel University has online certificate programs available for over 70 specific areas of study.
We understand that the decision to continue your education can affect many aspects of your life. Our goal is to connect you with likeminded professionals and empower you with the tools you need to successfully reach your goals. If you’re just starting or continuing your education through one of our certificate programs, you'll also have access to a variety of online resources to help you make the most of every term.
Learn more about our online certificate programs
What are you waiting for? Now is the time to advance your career with a certificate from Drexel University. Take a look at our extensive program list to learn more:
Online certificate programs are designed to help students further their education in a specific area of study over a short period of time. They can help fulfill the necessary prerequisites some universities require to earn a master’s or doctorate degree. Students who enroll in graduate or certificate programs have the potential to increase their annual salaries, receive a promotion, or simply stay informed and at the top of their field.
What are the different types of online certificates?
Drexel University offers online certificate programs in business, healthcare, technology, education, and more. Depending on your level of education, Drexel offers graduate certificate programs for those who have already have a bachelor’s or master’s degree and want additional training in a specific subject area, a career change, or a potential boost in salary.
How Long Does It Take to Earn an Online Certificate?
Students interested in earning their degree or graduate certificate online are typically trying to do so in a short amount of time. The average program consists of anywhere between 3 to 8 courses with a total of 9 to 24 quarter credits.
What is the Difference Between a Certificate and a Degree?
Online certificates and degree programs are both designed to enhance your knowledge of a particular field or subject. However, certificate programs typically cost less, take less time to complete, and cover a more specific topic.