Drury University says, "We are committed to a liberal arts education that equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the pressing challenges and opportunities that await them in today's interdependent world. Our general education curriculum, The Drury Core: Engaging Our World, prepares students by emphasizing the global connections of all areas of study and by prioritizing applied learning through direct engagement in communities both at home and around the world." [Source]
- Undergraduate Enrollment:3,918
- 4-Year Graduation Rate:30%
- Tuition & Fees:$24,905 annually
General Education Requirements
No credit given for Composition because the "Drury Seminar" requirement may be satisfied by topic courses in a range of disciplines that do not focus primarily on expository writing instruction.
No credit given for Literature because a survey course in literature is an option, but not required, to fulfill the "Humanities" requirement.
3. Foreign LanguageNO
No credit given for Foreign Language because students may fulfill the requirement with elementary-level study.
4. U.S. Government or HistoryNO
No credit given for U.S. Government or History because a survey course in American government is an option, but not required, to fulfill the "Institutions and Organizations" component of the "Social Sciences" requirement.
No credit given for Economics because a course in economics is an option, but not required, to fulfill the "Institutions and Organizations" component of the "Social Sciences" requirement.
General Education Assessment
Drury University uses one or more of the following instruments to assess undergraduate progress in core collegiate skills: the Council on Aid to Education Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA), the Educational Testing Service Proficiency Profile, or the ACT Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP). For more information, visit www.voluntarysystem.org.
Curriculum last evaluated: 06/23/2016