Integrated Master's Program

You’re taking the plunge to study your master’s degree in the US. As much as it’s an incredibly exciting time, you’re also probably wondering how to tackle all of the details that come with studying abroad like booking your flight, signing up for housing and where you’ll find your place on campus.

INTO Drew’s Integrated Master’s Program turns the tables on a traditional direct entry master’s program. While you’ll still be arriving on a Direct-Entry I-20, you’ll be able to take advantage of all of INTO Drew’s student support services to answer any questions you might have from application to graduation.

Your study plan even takes into factor adjusting to the US. The IMP curriculum consists of three classes that count towards your degree and one class that focuses on graduate research, academic success and how to navigate the US education system. If this sounds like everything you need and more, apply to the IMP program today.

Program features

Comprehensive academic and cultural support come standard in the Integrated Masters Program at Drew. As soon as you apply, we’ll work alongside you to take the stress out of pre-arrival. Fully integrated into the degree program, you’ll work with American and international students in classes that count toward your degree. Additional curriculum ensures you’re equipped with the right research skills to succeed in the US university system. Out-of-class activities and advising road out your experience in the Integrated Masters Program. As a student in the IMP program, you can expect:

Pre-arrival outreach and airport pickup

Our academic advisors will help you prepare for your program at Drew University before you arrive on campus. They’re here to answer any questions you may have. Upon arriving in the US, we’ll arrange a transfer service to greet you at the airport and take you to your accommodation.

Dedicated orientation

With a dedicated international student orientation, you'll receive your complete class schedule, explore the local area and participate in fun activities designed to help you meet other students. Our team of International Ambassadors are current students who guide you through your transition to life at Drew.

Designated academic coaches and support

Meet with your academic coach throughout the semester to go over course work, develop individualized methods for your success and improve essential skills like time management. Our Center for Academic Excellence has free tutoring services available for any class, whether you need help or just want to create your best work.

Support from our student services team

The INTO Drew Student Services team provides a range of programs and services promoting social, physical, personal and academic well-being. They will help you adjust to life in Madison, provide social opportunities and a variety of resources tailored to your needs. Have a question about housing, dining or events on campus? Our Student Services Team is here to help.

Guaranteed summer internship

Students enrolled in Drew’s Data Analytics and Finance graduate programs will participate in an internship before graduation. You’ll have the opportunity to apply your knowledge and skills in the real world, while making connections within your industry.

GRE/GMAT waiver

After successfully completing your IMP classes, you will able to continue in the graduate program without ever having to take the GRE/GMAT exam. This will give you more time to focus on your academic and professional goals.

Key facts

Start dates:

2023: August

2024: January, August

2025: January


First Semester: $19,643 Post IMP: $1,361 per credit

All prices are estimated and are subject to change.

Academic requirements:
  • 2.25-2.5 GPA
English language requirements:

From: - TOEFL IBT 80;

  • IELTS 6.5;
  • PTEA 53;
  • IELA 176;
  • Duolingo 105