Where does communications fall?
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
How will these programs be affected by COVID?
Sylvia Ferreira .
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?
What kind of internships have students in the Humanities done in the past?
If you’re not majoring/minoring in a language but you’re taking classes in it can you go on those short trecs
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
Yes! You are not required to major or minor in a language to go on a language short trek.
Is there a program at drew that helps students get summer internships
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?
hopping off of that, i was wondering if there was a program going to the african american museum
Can COVID situation affect the availability of internships for the students?
Should our academic advisor be in our department or could it be anyone
If I want to be a history secondary education teacher, do I major in History?
Is there a set date for open registration for classes?
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
Omg there’s so many people
We don’t need to take an exam if we’re starting at the first level right?
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?
ALSO is a language required at drew?
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
3 semesters, from starting new, would be 101 102, and 201, of whatever the language would be (Spanish, French, Italian, German, Latin...)
What is the most interesting course that you have taught?
how are you handling people coming from covid hotspots?
Hi Everyone, if you have specific questions related to academic advising and your course schedule, please email: email@example.com
@Erica, you should be receiving email messages in your Drew email with information related to your question.
What class is that called
Every semester, there will be information announced about the different NYC semesters, and how to apply. No particular major is required
AHH wait i took a class that was similar to that but it was all about the holocaust
^the thorture/war class and cultural responses to it
i wanna take that class so bad