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  • The Duke Master of Arts in Bioethics & Science Policy is distinct in its focus on bioethics and science policy, rather than bioethics or medical ethics alone. more >

  • Most students entering the Nicholas School seek graduate professional degrees, preparing for careers as expert environmental problem-solvers after two years of study. The Master of Environmental Management (MEM) degree trains students to understand the... more >

  • The Department of Zoology offers a variety of programs tailored to the individual needs of students seeking the Ph.D. degree. The A.M. degree may be t... more >

  • The Institute's program offers an unusual opportunity for students to gain a thorough preparation in both Bayesian and classical statistics, featuring research opportunities in Bayesian statistics, statistical computing and the interface between statist... more >

  • Since its inception in the 1920?s, Duke University has been a major center for graduate education in political science. The Department aims, now as in earlier years, to integrate normative, empirical, theoretical, and policy concerns. More than many oth... more >

  • Graduate programs in earth and ocean sciences in a variety of specialties. more >

  • The Biological Chemistry Program was formed at Duke in 1994, primarily between the Departments of Chemistry in Trinity College of Duke University and Biochemistry in the Duke University Medical Center. Currently there are 17 faculty and ~20 predoctoral... more >

  • The purpose of the certificate program is to recognize those students who develop a broad view of nonlinear dynamics and complex systems in their doct... more >

  • The Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) is a unique interdisciplinary program dedicated to the training of mid-career professionals who plan to dedicate their careers to policy-making and public service in and for developing and transition... more >

  • The University Program in Ecology provides interdisciplinary, scientific training in all aspects of ecology, including both basic and applied studies,... more >

  • The Asian/Pacific Studies Institute at Duke offers both a master's degree in East Asian Studies, as well as a certificate in East Asian Studies (available to students enrolled in other degree programs at Duke). The master's program is interdisciplinary... more >

  • The Canadian Studies Program offers Duke undergraduates a unique opportunity to study Canada and its problems and prospects. Perkins Library holds one... more >

  • Through the Center for Continuing Education the Divinity School offers extensive opportunities in education for the Church's ministry. more >

  • Duke's Master of Engineering Management (MEM) Program prepares engineering graduates to become future industry leaders. more >

  • The graduate program in Sociology at Duke is designed primarily to train students for basic social science research using advanced methods of analysis, at a variety of levels, ranging from the social psychological to the societal, with the goal of prepa... more >

  • Duke Romance Studies offers graduate work leading to the Ph.D. in French/Francophone, Spanish/Latin American, & Italian Studies... more >

  • Known for its innovative and influential approaches to the study of literature, the doctoral program in the Department of English takes pride in its d... more >

  • The Duke University Medical Center Doctor of Physical Therapy curriculum is a program for entry into the profession of physical therapy. more >

  • Our multi-disciplinary cultural anthropology graduate program at Duke aims to provide students with a thorough grounding in both current theoretical debates and methods of cultural research. Our faculty are asking how the culture concept can be rethough... more >

  • This is an interdisciplinary graduate program whose structure encourages students to develop an individual program of study with competence in a literary period and a topic of advanced research developed in accordance with their interests. Students stud... more >