Combined Degree Programs.

 

Combined Degree Programs

Combined Degree Programs

Drew has academic partnerships in the New York metropolitan area and beyond that can put you on the fast track to early graduation and advanced degrees.

No matter your interests, our combined degree programs double your resources, save you time and lower your investment in your education.

At Drew, you have access to combined degree programs in the following areas:

Business ManagementEngineeringEnvironmental ManagementForestryLaw –  MedicineNursing – Nutrition – Software EngineeringTeaching

Business Management with Wake Forest University

Bachelor of Arts & Master of Arts

Earn your Bachelor of Arts at Drew, then continue on to the Wake Forest University School of Business’ 10-month graduate program in management. If you meet the criteria for this program, you are guaranteed admission to Wake Forest and a financial scholarship toward the MA degree.

When to Apply: Senior year at Drew | Time at Drew: Four years | Time at Wake Forest: 10 Months

Engineering with Columbia University

Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering

Receive two degrees in five years: Your Bachelor of Arts from Drew and your choice of either the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering from Columbia. Your second degree can be in applied sciences and technologies or in one of the specialized engineering sciences.

When to Apply: Spring semester of junior year at Drew | Time at Drew: Three years | Time at Columbia: Two years

For this program, it is best to declare your interest as early as possible in order to arrange your course schedule appropriately.

Environmental Management with Duke University

Bachelor of Arts & Master of Environmental Management

If you are considering a future in environmental policy, stewardship or other natural resources management, apply for this accelerated five-year combined degree program. Spend three years at Drew pursuing your bachelor’s degree, then go to Duke for two years, where you will finish your Drew degree while also working toward the Master of Environmental Management degree.

When to Apply: No later than sophomore year at Drew | Time at Drew: Three years | Time at Duke: Two years

Forestry with Duke University

Bachelor of Arts & Master of Forestry

To train for a career in forest resources, take this five-year integrated course of study. Spend three years at Drew pursuing your bachelor’s degree, then go to Duke for two years, where you will finish your Drew degree while also working toward the Master of Forestry from Duke.

When to Apply: No later than sophomore year at Drew | Time at Drew: Three years | Time at Duke: Two years

Law School with New York Law School

Bachelor of Arts & Juris Doctor

Option 1:
In this six-year program, complete your Bachelor of Arts at Drew in the standard four years, then enter an accelerated two-year law program to earn your Juris Doctor. Participating students receive a minimum merit scholarship of $25,000 for each of the two years at New York Law School.

When to Apply: Senior year at Drew | Time at Drew: Four years | Time at New York Law School: Two years

For this program, it is best to declare your interest as early as possible in order to arrange your course schedule appropriately.

Option 2:
In this seven-year program, complete your Bachelor of Arts at Drew in the standard four years, then accept automatic admission to the three-year law program to earn your Juris Doctor. Participating students receive a minimum merit scholarship of $25,000 from New York Law School each year.

When to Apply: Senior year at Drew | Time at Drew: Four years | Time at New York Law School: Three years

For this program, it is best to declare your interest as early as possible in order to arrange your course schedule appropriately.

Law with Seton Hall University

Bachelor of Arts & Juris Doctor

This program with preferential admission leads to a JD in six years.

When to Apply: Sophomore year at Drew | Time at Drew: Three years | Time at Seton Hall: Three years

For this program, it is best to declare your interest as early as possible in order to arrange your course schedule appropriately.

Medicine With Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

A formal articulation agreement between Drew and the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) makes it possible for prospective first-year students to apply directly to a special combined Bachelor of Arts and Doctor of Medicine degree program. Students are admitted simultaneously to both institutions, spending three years of study at Drew and four years at NJMS.

While at Drew, the seven-year combined degree student will receive the Francis Asbury Scholarship worth $20,000 per year for three years and the BA/MD Scholarship worth $15,000 a year for three years, for a total award of $35,000 per year. Additional financial aid for the three years at Drew is available based on demonstrated financial need by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Applicants must be U.S. citizens and meet test score and other academic requirements for consideration.

When to Apply: No later than November 1 of your senior year in high school.
Time at Drew: Three years | Time at Rutgers: Four years

Nursing with Drexel University

Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science in Nursing

In this accelerated program, earn your bachelor of arts degree and bachelor of science in nursing degree in a total of just five years. Attend Drew for four years, then earn your BSN over the next 11 months full-time at Drexel.

When to Apply: Senior year at Drew l Time at Drew: Four years l Time at Drexel: 11 months

For this program, it is best to declare your interest as early as possible in order to arrange your course schedule appropriately.

Nutrition/Dietetics with Drexel University

Bachelor of Arts & Master of Science

The Master of Science in Human Nutrition Program examines both normal and therapeutic nutrition for individuals and groups. It encompasses not only nutrition science, but the application of the principles of biochemistry, physiology, and biology to human nutritional needs. The Didactic Program in Dietetics is designed specifically for students who wish to become registered dietitians. The degree stresses the interdisciplinary and scientific nature of nutrition and food and provide students with a base of theoretical knowledge and methodology enabling them to continue professional growth after graduation.

Software Engineering with Stevens Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Arts & Master of Science

After completing your Bachelor of Arts, apply with preference to earn your Master of Science in software engineering at Stevens Institute. This degree allows you to enter the workforce early as a highly qualified software engineer.

When to Apply: Senior year at Drew | Time at Drew: Four years | Time at Stevens Institute: With major or minor in computer science: one year. Other majors or minors: 18 months.

Teaching With Drew’s Caspersen School of Graduate Studies

Bachelor of Arts & Master of Arts In Teaching

During your first year of undergraduate study in this program, you are both matched with a college adviser and counseled by the Caspersen School. Begin taking teacher preparation courses while pursuing your Bachelor of Arts. Then, earn a Master of Arts in Teaching degree and a provisional dual teaching certification in elementary or secondary education and Teacher of Students with Disabilities. Or, prepare to teach at the secondary school level in art, biology, chemistry, English, French, Italian, math, music, physics, Spanish, social studies or theatre arts.

When to Apply: Sophomore year at Drew | Time at Drew: Four years | Time at Caspersen: One year