Careers & More
For you, life after Duke might include your first professional job, or graduate school, or a year spent teaching or traveling. Whatever your interests are, talk with your advisors about how to prepare in the best way possible.
Interested in what other Alumni have Done?
What's one way to see the legacy of a great university? Watch what its alumni do. Here are just a few of the Duke alumni who are making a difference in the world today.
Alumni Career Survey
We conducted an alumni survey in 2013 to track the career paths of our undergraduates over time. We looked at more than 30 career categories and grouped majors by four major divisions: humanities, natural sciences, social sciences and engineering. We surveyed the class of 1993 (20 years after graduation), the class of 2003 (10 years after graduation), and the class of 2008 (5 years after graduation). Our overall response rate was roughly 30%, and the number of respondents (as well as response rate in parentheses) for each class was: Class of 1993 = 319 (29%), Class of 2003 = (30%), and the Class of 2008 = 493 (32%).