The John W. Draper Program offers a broad interdisciplinary curriculum founded on the belief that many issues in the humanities and social sciences are most fruitfully  explored through cross-disciplinary approaches. Accommodating methods and subject matter from varied modes of inquiry, the Program combines curricular flexibility with scholarly rigor. Founded in 1976 as a member of the Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Programs and restructured in 1995, the Draper Program is one of the largest and best-known interdisciplinary graduate programs in the country. Read more...

Draper Orientation for accepted students beginning in fall 2014 will be held Thursday, August 28, at 6:00pm at 13-19 University Place. Directors and faculty will present information on entering Draper as a new student.