Dual Degrees and Certificates
The Drew University Faculty of Arts and Sciences offer a concentration that allows undergraduates at Drew to take up to four classes that count for both undergraduate and graduate requirements. Further program information may be found on the Dual Degree page in the College of Liberal Arts catalog.
Certificates available for students to complete while working towards their graduate degree
Students can either apply (through admissions) into a certificate program or submit a request to the Graduate Academic Standing Committee to add a certificate to an existing record.
Caspersen School of Graduate Studies
Cooperative Master of Divinity Program with Hartford Seminary
Hartford Seminary offers a Cooperative Master of Divinity program with Drew Theological School. Accepted cooperative agreement candidates may transfer up to 39 credit hours from Hartford Seminary to Drew Theological School. The Hartford Seminary Cooperative Master of Divinity Program advising guidelines may be found in the MDiv section of the Resources for Current Theo Students webpage: https://www.drew.edu/theological-school/resources/