The Drury CORE curriculum has two parts: common requirements and divisional requirements.
- Common requirements include the following:
- CORE-101 The Drury Seminar (3 hrs)
- Drury Foundations (3 hrs)
- CORE-103 Drury Explorations (1 hr)
- CORE-201 Global Foundations (3 hrs)
- Ethical Foundations (3 hrs)
- Foreign Language (6 hrs)
- EXSP-220 Personal Wellness (2 hrs)
- Engaged Learning (2 experiences)
- Divisional Requirements include the following:
- Six credit hours in the Social Sciences (three in Human Behavior; three in Institutions and Organizations)
- Six credit hours in the Fine Arts (three in Interpretation; three in Invention)
- Six credit hours in Science and Math (three in Science and Discovery; three in Explorations)
- Six credit hours in Humanities
Students must also complete a Global Challenges requirement, which includes coursework with a significant global component. The requirement is met by taking four courses tagged as such (“G-tagged”) in at least three divisions. Some G-tagged courses meet divisional requirements, some may be taken to fulfill major degree requirements, and some may be taken for elective credit.