Two undergraduate paths are offered: the Trinity School of Arts and Sciences or the Pratt School of Engineering.
All undergraduates participate in research during their time at Duke, and 53% of undergraduates will participate in an additional faculty research study.
83% of students go beyond their major to earn at least another major, minor, or certificate.
Pratt School of Engineering recently opened its newest space, Wilkinson Building, for interdisciplinary collaboration with three research neighborhoods focused on advances in health, computing, and the environment.
In Fall 2022 Duke will launch two new minors: Asian American and Diaspora Studies as well as Inequality Studies.
DukeEngage provides funding for students who wish to pursue an immersive, 8-week service experience by meeting a community need locally, domestically, or internationally. Students participate in civic engagement activities such as environmental advocacy, global health, social justice, and education.
Duke’s Innovation Co-Lab is a creativity incubator that uses new and emerging technologies to reshape the research, academic and service missions of the university.