-Application Deadline: Fall Semester - December 15
-A master’s degree or the equivalent from an accredited institution.
-The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required for all applicants who are U.S. or Canadian citizens. Scores no older than five years are accepted. To present a competitive application, a student should have a minimum score of 153 on the verbal section, a minimum score of 144 on the quantitative section and a minimum score of 4 on the analytical writing section.
-A personal statement describing the applicant’s personal and intellectual interests that have led him or her to the proposed field of study, and what directions those interests will take at Drew, preferably with reference to the specific faculty with whom he or she hopes to work.
-An academic writing sample, ordinarily an academic paper or essay.
-Two letters of recommendation. These should be from academic professors or persons familiar with the student’s academic ability and with the academic rigors of a graduate degree. They should comment on the critical thinking and writing skills, the research ability and the general suitability of the applicant for graduate study.
Students cannot be enrolled simultaneously in more than one school of the university, or in more than one program.