You can maximize your Duke experience by combining your MIDP degree with concurrent certificates offered by other departments and schools at Duke
Graduate students enrolled in the program are encouraged to participate in all African & African American Studies program events, including the program’s lecture series and symposia. African & African American Studies at Duke has a specific interdisciplinary focus on Diaspora Studies and Gender Studies. This emphasis characterizes both our faculty’s strength and the curriculum’s critical interdisciplinary strategy. AAAS at Duke University is committed to a new model of Black Studies, one which sees race as inevitably intertwined with other social hierarchies and one which forces attention to continuities and disjunctures of social experience across the Diaspora. Learn more.
The purpose of the ISS Graduate Certificate is to offer an interdisciplinary program at the graduate level that focuses on the study and creation of new information technologies and the analysis of their impact on art, culture, science, medicine, commerce, society, policy, and the environment. The program is designed for masters’s and doctoral students wishing to complement their primary disciplinary focus with an interdisciplinary certificate in Information Science + Studies. Learn more.
Allows students to focus on cross-disciplinary coursework relating to this region. Requires proficiency in an East Asian language. Learn more.
Provides specialization in a range of different disciplines including Slavic language, economics, history, political science, public policy, law and business. Learn more.
This certificate, offered by the University of North Carolina’s University Center for International Studies, requires 15 credits on topics related to international peace and conflict resolution plus participation in the Duke-UNC Rotary seminars. For information, contact Duke-UNC Rotary Center Coordinator Susan Carroll at email@example.com. Learn more.
A joint offering of the Consortium in Middle East Studies through the Department of Asian and Middle East Studies at Duke and the Department of Religious Studies at UNC. Learn more.
Permits those interested in issues relating to the legal environment in this region to pursue an interdisciplinary study of the subject. Learn more.
Permits specialization in issues related to Canada through completing three full graduate courses: Canadian 282S, an interdisciplinary course; studying or demonstrating proficiency in French, a native North American language, or a “heritage language” used in Canada; and completing a graduate thesis or research project on a Canadian or a comparative topic. Learn more.
Duke Center for International Development
Sanford School of Public Policy
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