The Fall Semester schedule is typically posted by the middle of March, the summer schedule by the middle of February, and the Spring Semester schedule by the end of October.
Please feel free to contact us if you want to know whether a particular course is being offered in the upcoming term and what its schedule is.
Duke Continuing Studies works with local triangle residents with a variety of educational needs: (1) who desire to take a few courses for career development; (2) who plan eventually to enter graduate or professional school; (3) who seek courses to complete degree programs from other institutions; or (4) who wish to resume study towards a bachelor’s degree.
We also work with rising juniors or seniors enrolled at other U. colleges and universities who wish to spend a semester at Duke as a fulltime student focusing on a subject area of unique strength and prominence—typically a subject area not available at the student’s home institution.
Audit Fee (fall and spring semesters only): $535 per one course credit.
***Duke Employees should refer to Special Tuition Rates for Duke Employees to learn more about paying 5 to take an undergraduate course (numbered 001-699) for credit or 0 to audit.
IMPORTANT DATES: Fall 2015 Term begins: Monday, August 24 Drop/Add ends: Friday, September 4 at pm Last day to withdraw from a course: Friday, November 6 Spring Registration: Wednesday, November 18 Got an academic question?
Try the Academic Policies and Procedures for Undergradautes OR contact Kim Price (919) [email protected] Employees with at least two years of full-time, continuous service may be eligible to participate in the Employee Tuition Assistance Program.
“Relevant coursework” is an optional entry-level resume section that includes coursework you’ve completed related to the job you’re applying to.
Additionally, this section can include projects, academic achievements, extracurriculars and volunteer opportunities.