• Paths to Engineering: You’re good at science? You’re good at math? Then someone’s probably told you you’d be good at engineering. Creative, challenging, exciting—that’s engineering. Maybe you’re sure that engineering’s for you. Maybe you’re not. Either way, we’re here to tell you that there are more options than engineering school. And all of them can be found at Drew.
  • Dual degree program: Drew University has a dual degree or combined plan program affiliation with Columbia University. This program leads to an undergraduate liberal arts (B.A.) degree from Drew and an undergraduate engineering (B.S.) degree from Columbia University. Participants commonly follow a “3-2″ or “4-2″ scheduling, entering the engineering school after their junior or senior year at Drew respectively. Possibilities also exist for earning a graduate engineering degree (M.S.) in six total years.