Flexible, Interdisciplinary Degree Programs
Arts & Sciences faculty support 60 different graduate degree and certificate programs, most of which are interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary. We excel at exploring ideas, problems and issues that integrate knowledge across disciplines and contribute to emerging fields. Co-located on a relatively small campus, Duke makes the most of a deeply collaborative research culture, and our graduate students receive mentorship from faculty from multiple departments or schools and conduct research on highly diverse scholarly teams.
Students can customize their study, take courses from across Duke’s schools and departments, and even take courses from other regional universities. Programs range from Master of Arts/Master of Science degrees to Master of Fine Arts to Ph.D. programs. We also support several dual/joint degree offerings with Duke's top ranked medical and law schools. See a listing of all graduate programs on the Graduate School website and contact our Directors of Graduate Studies.