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Jul. 5, 2013 11:01 am

Drexel University Online: more than 1,200 students graduate

Drexel Online offers more than two dozen bachelors degrees, including communications and criminal justice, and nearly 50 master's degrees, including computer science and business administration.

Dastan Khamzin was one of Drexel Online's more than 1,200 graduates of the class of 2013.

Full Disclosure: Drexel University Online was a sponsor of BarCamp NewsInnovation, an event Technically Philly organized during April's third annual Philly Tech Week Presented by AT&T.

More than 5,000 students graduated from Drexel University earlier this month, including more than 1,200 students from Drexel Online.

Drexel Online students who graduated ranged from Paris to Alaska, Japan to Florida and all over the Delaware Valley, according to spokeswoman Sabrina Ram. Some students came to Philadelphia for the first time to participate in graduation, while others participated virtually.

Drexel Online offers more than two dozen bachelors degrees, including communications and criminal justice, and nearly 50 master’s degrees, including computer science and business administration. It also offers about 60 supplementary certificates.

Meet some of the Drexel Online grads here.

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