Drexel, like every other academic institution, has very particular
standards for the format of a Masters or Ph.D. Thesis. The library
publishes a requirements manual. The LaTeX wisdom of
generations of grad students has been assembled into the
drexel-thesis class which you, dear reader, can use to easily format
I'm the current maintainer, so besides the post in the department wiki, I'm including a page in this blog.
Your compiled thesis will look something like example.pdf (or, in draft mode, example-draft.pdf). Take a look at the manual to get started. You might also want to look at how I've used the class in my own thesis.