Drake University is a private, master’s university in Des Moines, the state’s center for business, publishing, government and culture.
Drake offers a mix of liberal arts and professional preparation with more than 70 undergraduate majors across its colleges and schools: Arts and Sciences, Business and Public Administration, Education, Journalism and Mass Communication and Pharmacy and Health Sciences, as well as joint degree programs with the Law School.
More than 98 percent of Drake graduates find professional employment or enter graduate school within six months of earning their degrees.
General Information (2016-2017)
Financial Aid: 800-44-DRAKE
|FAFSA Code: 001860
ACT Code: 1302
SAT Code: 6169
|Enrollment: 3,300 undergraduate, 1,500 graduate||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: March 1|
|Undergraduate Tuition & Fees: $35,206||Estimated Books & Supplies: $1,100|
|On-Campus Room & Board: $9,850||Minimum Admission Requirement: HS Diploma - HSED|
|Types of Programs: Undergraduate Programs: Liberal Arts and Sciences, Fine Arts, Business, Journalism, Education and Health Sciences
Graduate Programs: Law, Pharmacy, Occupational Therapy, Athletic Training, Business, Public Administration, Education and Communication
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