Students can combine courses from anthropology, art, Chinese, history, political science, and religion to form their own, personalized minor in Asian Studies, working closely with the Asian Studies Committee.
With one foot in the sciences (both social and biological) and the other in the humanities, Drew’s major in anthropology takes a holistic approach to the study of humankind with cross-cultural and evolutionary perspectives—allowing students to construct a more inclusive and insightful view of humans and humanity.
Art History majors study the visual arts, past and present, as forms of communication that are shaped by physical, cultural, political, psychological and economic contexts.
Chinese language skills are a valuable asset in today’s global job market. Majoring or double-majoring in Chinese studies opens doors and makes graduates uniquely desirable to employers in a variety of fields; from business and the sciences to humanities and fine arts.
Drew’s major in history emphasizes thinking historically about the world, the nation, the community, and the self—specializing in modern U.S., European History, and global history.
Drew’s political science major provides students with a solid grounding in American politics, international relations, comparative politics, and political theory.
Looking to understand world history and its shaping of current events through global comparative analysis and knowledge of ethical standards and practices? For students who define themselves as globalists, Drew’s interdisciplinary comparative religion major students are equipped to understand multiple perspectives on today’s pressing issues in the U.S. and around the world, and to engage in informed discussion and decision making towards sustainable solutions.