|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses
|900 N Benton Ave., Springfield, Missouri 65802, United States of America
|(+1 417) 873-7205
|(+1 417) 866-3873
|Admission E-mail address
|Contact for application
|Total No. of students
|Accounting Advertising American Government and Politics (United States) Architecture (BArch, BA/BS, MArch, MA/MS, PhD) Art, General Art History, Criticism and Conservation Arts Management Biology/Biological Sciences, General Business Admin. & Management, General Chemistry, General Communications Studies/Speech Comm. & Rhetoric Computer and Information Sciences, General Computer Science Criminology Design and Applied Arts, Other Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General Economics,General Elementary Education and Teaching English Language and Literature, General Environmental Science/Studies French Language and Literature German Language and Literature History, General International Business/Trade/Commerce Journalism Kinesiology and Exercise Science Mathematics, General Music Performance, General Music Teacher Education Philosophy Physical Education Teaching and Coaching Physics, General Political Science and Government, General Pre-Dentistry Studies Pre-Law Studies Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies Pre-Veterinary Studies Psychology, General Public Relations & Organizational Commun. Religion/Religious Studies Secondary Education and Teaching Sociology Spanish Language and Literature Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist Writing
|Undergraduate and Graduate TOEFL
Drury offers bright, achieving students a commitment to personalized education and diversity. Students expect -- and are expected -- to explore great ideas and confront questions that will successfully prepare them for dynamic careers and enhanced lives as active global participants. A Drury education combines professional training with the liberal arts. More than 50 majors and academic programs are available. But a quality education goes beyond the standards of academic scholarship. Drury enriches the whole person as each student explores new ideas, challenges beliefs, learns to think critically and eventually finds new ways to understand the world outside the classroom.
Every student earns a minor in global studies through a unique core curriculum called Global Perspectives 21, which combines the sciences, social sciences and humanities to enhance communication and problem-solving skills.
A key to the Drury experience is the way students develop friendships with faculty. A professor teaches every class; there are no teaching assistants. In classroom discussions, frequent conversation outside of class, and undergraduate research projects, students and faculty treat each other as colleagues.
Drury's innovative, intense yet very personal approach to learning happens in a traditional campus setting. The 80-acre campus is surrounded by downtown Springfield, yet sheltered from the bustle of urban life --- until a student decides it's time to explore. Then the city reveals art, culture, and community service opportunities in abundance.
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