Trinity College undergraduates learn from teachers who are also innovative researchers. As a major research university, our students collaborate directly with faculty members engaged in the creation of new knowledge. Trinity students join with faculty and graduate students to cross academic boundaries and explore problems confronting society from multiple perspectives.
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Trinity College offers more than 40 undergraduate majors and minors, and 20 undergraduate certificate programs.
The Graduate School at Duke educates the next generation of teachers, scholars, and researchers and develops the fields of knowledge and research within which these leaders will work. Graduate alumni work in academics, government, research, non-profits, and corporations around the world.
Our faculty are among the finest teachers and scholars in the world. They are activity engaged in scholarship that ensures vitality in their teaching and interactions with students and that sustains the intellectual fabric of Duke.
Trinity College undergraduates earn degrees from 36 academic departments and programs, ranging from biology to theater studies, from economics to romance studies. They engage with scholars from around Duke, the nation, and the world at such interdisciplinary institutes as the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute and the Social Science Research Institute.
Duke Continuing Studies teaches adults interested in career development, entering graduate or professional school, and resuming study towards a bachelor’s degree. Continuing Studies also works with rising juniors or seniors enrolled at other U.S. colleges and universities who wish to spend a semester at Duke studying an area not available at the student’s home institution.