Duke University

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Duke University is a private research university in Durham, North Carolina. Duke University has 12 schools and institutes, three of which host undergraduate programs. The university offers 46 arts and sciences majors, four engineering majors, 52 minors (including two in engineering) and Program II, which allows students to design their own interdisciplinary major in arts & sciences, and IDEAS, which allows students to design their own engineering major. Twenty-four certificate programs also are available. Students pursue a major and can pursue a combination of a total of up to three, including minors, certificates, and/or a second major. More than 60 percent of Duke Engineering undergraduates have an intensive research experience during their four years, and nearly a fifth publish or present a research paper off-campus, and eighty-five percent have jobs or job offers at the time of graduation.

Contact Information

Address
2080 Duke University Road, Durham, North Carolina 27708
Email
president@duke.edu
Phone
(919) 684-2424

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Duke University provides minors, Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctorate degrees in computer and electrical engineering, machine learning and artificial intelligence, mechanical engineering, computer science, and physics.

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