Your programs at Drew University
Drew offers 40 undergraduate majors and 63 minors designed to help you combine your passion, strengths and skills into a successful and satisfying career. There are many programs for you to start earning your degree.
International Year One
International Year One allows you to begin earning credits toward your degree even if you don’t meet the academic and English requirements for direct entry. You’ll receive additional support to move you successfully through your first year and graduate in the same amount of time as domestic students. Depending on your English language scores, you’ll enter International Year One through a customized program that lasts one or more semesters.
If you’ve already completed college or university-level courses and want to transfer to another university, our Undergraduate Transfer Program (UTP) is for you. Our advisor will help to review your transcript and plan out your classes so that you don’t repeat coursework. You’ll receive an estimate of transferable credits toward your degree before you start your program. We offer a variety of program length options, tailored to your English skills.
Our Graduate Pathway program will give you the academic foundation and essential language skills to successfully move on to your master’s degree. You’ll receive the highest level of support throughout your program, including personalized academic advising.
Integrated Master's Program
If you meet the English language requirements for the graduate degree program and need additional academic and cultural support, you can apply directly to your university program and receive extra support for international students.
Study Abroad With English
Study Abroad with English (SAWE) combines Academic English courses with the chance to experience undergraduate courses and earn credits. This unique program allows students to earn college credits in their field of interest without having to enroll in a long-term degree program. The program can be customized for specific academic interests, with options in engineering, business, liberal arts and more.