Other Duke Programs

Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment Marine Laboratory. Located on the coast of North Carolina in Beaufort, the Duke Marine Lab offers courses that fulfill requirements for a variety of majors as well as Trinity General Studies requirements.

The American Dance Festival. This world-renowned program of American and international dance attracts students and dance aficionados to the Duke campus every summer. Over a 6-week period you can take a wide variety of dance classes and workshops, participate in the ADF Arts Administrative Internship Program, or simply enjoy the performances.

Duke Divinity School. Each summer The Divinity School offers courses intended for the following students:

  1. current Divinity School students and/or students officially admitted to the Divinity School beginning with the upcoming fall semester;
  2. students currently enrolled in a degree program in an ATS accredited seminary; and
  3. students seeking to satisfy academic requirements for ordination in the United Methodist Church as an elder or deacon.

Global Education. The Duke University Global Education Office for Undergraduates (GEO-U), in cooperation with various departments, provides opportunities for students to study abroad while earning Duke University credit.