I am currently attending Drexel and I'm in the 4-year co-op nursing program. I know there isn't much information available but I would love to answer any questions that you have. I came to Drexel as a transfer student and already had all of my pre-reqs completed so I started my nursing classes right away. If you are coming into the program as a freshman you won't be taking any "actual" clinical nursing classes until your sophomore year. You will start off taking the classes that are required to be completed before starting clinicals like chemistry, microbiology, etc. Some classes you can take during your nursing classes like A&P and nutrition.
So far I am really loving the professors. I haven't come across any mean or rude nursing professors, they really all want to see you do well in the program. The first quarter of actual nursing classes will be tough..you'll most likely be taking around 16 credits. When you meet with your adviser they will give you a schedule of your classes that you will be taking your entire time at Drexel broken down by year and quarter.
Your co-op will be your third year, either during fall/winter or spring/summer. Mine is fall/winter, which means i'll be looking for a job next quarter in spring.
There really is so much information about the program so if you guys have any other questions just ask and i'll do my best to help you out. But I hope this helps for now