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Duke University Undergraduate Programs

Are you seeking to enroll in any certificate or undergraduate degree program at Duke University? Duke University offers 23 certificates, 52 minors, and 53 undergraduate majors in its Trinity College of Arts and Sciences. And you have 437,989 different academic combinations at your disposal by combining the three.

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Duke University also offers several professional certificates and graduate programs for prospective graduates and professional students.

Duke University undergraduate students may pursue one of the two-degree options:

  • The Bachelor of Science degree (BS)
  • The Bachelor of Arts degree (BA)

We have published a list of Duke University undergraduate courses and the requirements for admission for all aspiring students.

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So if you want to pursue an undergraduate degree program at Duke University, then below are the available programs offered in the school.

Duke University Undergraduate Programs

Majors

African & African American Studies
Art History
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Biology
Biomedical Engineering
Biophysics
Brazilian and Global Portuguese Studies
Chemistry
Civil Engineering*
Classical Civilization
Classical Languages
Computer Science
Cultural Anthropology
Dance
Earth and Climate Sciences
Economics
Electrical and Computer Engineering
English
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Sciences
Environmental Sciences and Policy
Evolutionary Anthropology
French Studies
Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies
German
Global Cultural Studies
Global Health**
History
Interdepartmental Major
Interdisciplinary Engineering & Applied Science (IDEAS)
International Comparative Studies
Italian Studies
Linguistics
Marine Science & Conservation
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering*
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Music
Neuroscience
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Program II (self-designed degree, BA or BS)
Psychology
Public Policy Studies
Religious Studies
Romance Studies
Russian
Slavic and Eurasian Studies
Sociology
Spanish, Latin American, and Latino/a Studies
Statistical Science
Theater Studies
Visual Arts
Visual and Media Studies

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Minors

African & African American Studies
Art History
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Biology
Brazilian and Global Portuguese Studies
Chemistry
Cinematic Arts
Classical Archaeology
Classical Civilization
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Computer Science
Creative Writing
Cultural Anthropology
Dance
Earth and Climate Sciences
Economics
Education
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Energy Engineering*
English
Environmental Sciences and Policy
Evolutionary Anthropology
Finance
French Studies
Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies
German
Global Cultural Studies
Global Health
Greek
History
Inequality Studies
Italian Studies
Latin
Linguistics
Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
Marine Science & Conservation
Mathematics
Medical Sociology
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Music
Musical Theater
Neuroscience
Philosophy
Photography
Physics
Polish Culture and Language
Political Science
Psychology
Religious Studies
Russian Language and Culture
Russian Literature in Translation
Sociology
Spanish Studies
Statistical Science
Theater Studies
Turkish Language and Culture
Visual Arts
Visual and Media Studies

Certificates

Aerospace Engineering
Architectural Engineering
Child Policy Research
Civic Engagement & Social Change
Decision Sciences
Digital Intelligence
Documentary Studies
East Asian Studies
Energy and the Environment
Global Development Engineering
Health Policy
Human Rights
Information Science + Information Studies
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Jewish Studies
Latin American Studies
Latino / Latina Studies in the Global South
Markets & Management Studies
Materials Science & Engineering
Philosophy, Politics and Economics
Policy Journalism and Media Studies
Science & the Public
Study of Ethics
Sustainability Engagement

Above is the list of Duke University undergraduate courses. You can check the school website at https://trinity.duke.edu/undergraduate for further details on the courses offered and the requirements for enrollment.

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