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Drew University - Humanities - Shared screen with speaker view
robbie a
23:27
Where does communications fall?
Jill Cermele
24:08
Great question - Media and Communications is an interdisciplinary program that is largely situated in the Humanities but is also informed by course work in the Arts and Social Sciences
Samantha Kook
27:21
How will these programs be affected by COVID?
Sylvia Ferreira .
30:41
do you have to be in the major/minor related to the NYC semester to sign up for it? like if I want to do the museum semester do I have to be a museum studies minor?
Samantha Kook
31:03
What kind of internships have students in the Humanities done in the past?
robbie a
31:42
If you’re not majoring/minoring in a language but you’re taking classes in it can you go on those short trecs
Jill Cermele
31:46
For most of our NYC semester programs, you do not have to be a major or minor in the program in order to participate. There may be a course that is a prerequisite, or is taken at the same time, that might be required, but most of our programs are open to students of all majors
Jill Cermele
32:07
Yes! You are not required to major or minor in a language to go on a language short trek.
robbie a
33:17
Is there a program at drew that helps students get summer internships
Charlotte R
33:21
I live right outside DC, if I was able to get an internship at one of the museums, can I use that as credit at Drew?
Erica Morales-Armstrong
34:10
hopping off of that, i was wondering if there was a program going to the african american museum
Shreya
35:04
Can COVID situation affect the availability of internships for the students?
robbie a
36:09
Should our academic advisor be in our department or could it be anyone
elliotfranklyn
37:41
If I want to be a history secondary education teacher, do I major in History?
Charlotte R
38:24
Is there a set date for open registration for classes?
Jill Cermele
40:51
Yes! We have a joint BA/MAT program that will let you complete both a BA and a Master's in Teaching. That would start in your junior year in earliest, and so you would choose a major (like History) that you would want to teach
robbie a
44:09
Omg there’s so many people
robbie a
45:35
We don’t need to take an exam if we’re starting at the first level right?
Erica Morales-Armstrong
46:13
quick q, i was placed in french 310 but i also do want to take spanish is that possible over the next couple of years?
Erica Morales-Armstrong
46:31
ALSO is a language required at drew?
robbie a
48:21
Ok so UNRELATEd but if we got a 4 or 5 on the calc bc exam do we need to take a math course in college still if we’re not majoring in it
Jill Cermele
48:23
3 semesters, from starting new, would be 101 102, and 201, of whatever the language would be (Spanish, French, Italian, German, Latin...)
Samantha Kook
49:51
What is the most interesting course that you have taught?
Erica Morales-Armstrong
52:05
how are you handling people coming from covid hotspots?
michelle brisson
52:27
Hi Everyone, if you have specific questions related to academic advising and your course schedule, please email: fyadvising@drew.edu
michelle brisson
52:56
@Erica, you should be receiving email messages in your Drew email with information related to your question.
robbie a
53:00
What class is that called
Jill Cermele
53:04
Every semester, there will be information announced about the different NYC semesters, and how to apply. No particular major is required
Erica Morales-Armstrong
53:13
AHH wait i took a class that was similar to that but it was all about the holocaust
robbie a
53:53
^the thorture/war class and cultural responses to it
Erica Morales-Armstrong
54:11
i wanna take that class so bad
Charlotte R
54:16
Me too
robbie a
55:06
Thanks!!