University Coursework

Duke employees and area residents who wish to take courses in the arts and sciences for credit on a nondegree basis, or as an auditor, do so through Duke’s Office of Continuing Studies.  The director of Academic Services for Continuing Studies students is Kim Price; she may be contacted at kprice@duke.edu or (919) 684-5375.  

Nondegree Undergraduate Studies - Taking Duke undergraduate courses for credit on a nondegree basis

Nondegree Graduate Studies - Taking Duke graduate courses for credit on a nondegree basis

Auditing - Taking Duke undergraduate or graduate courses on an auditor basis

Duke Employee Tuition Rates - Information for Duke employees wanting to take for credit or audit undergraduate courses at reduced tuition rates

Students studying in Perkins Library

Duke employees and members of the community with appropriate academic background are eligible to audit Duke courses numbered from 001 to 699.  Please... Read more about Auditing Courses »

Students gathered in Perkins Library

In terms of academic programs, medicine, and research, Duke University ranks as one of the leading universities in the world.  The Special... Read more about Duke Employee Tuition Rates »

Students working in a lab

We work with adults (who hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university) with a variety of educational needs: (1) who... Read more about Graduate Coursework »

Student focused on scientific work

Duke Continuing Studies works with local triangle residents with a variety of educational needs: (1) who desire to take a few courses for career... Read more about Undergraduate Coursework »