Degree Programs


Doctor of Medicine (MD) Programs

 MD ProgramMD - Primary Care Leadership TrackMD/PhD – Medical Scientist Training Program

Dual Degree Programs
Duke's highly flexible curriculum gives students an opportunity to pursue a second degree while enrolled in medical school. About 40 percent of Duke medical students graduate with two degrees.

 MD/JDLawMD/MPHPublic Health
 MD/MALSLiberal StudiesMD/MPPPublic Policy
 MD/MBA BusinessMD/MSc-GHGlobal Health
 MD/MHSClinical ResearchMD/MSIS or MD/MSLSInformation Science / Library Science
 MD/MMCiClinical Informatics 
 MD/MA - Bioethics & Science Policy

Graduate Health Professions Programs

 MHS - Physician Assistant Program DPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
 MHS - Clinical Leadership ProgramMS & PhD - Medical Physics 
 MHS - Clinical Research Training ProgramMHS - Pathologists’ Assistant Program
 MMCi - Master of Management in Clinical Informatics 


Graduate & Certificate Programs in Biomedical Science


Biomedical Graduate Programs Web site


PhD Programs in the Basic Science Departments

 Biochemistry (BCH)Molecular Genetics & Microbiology (MGM)
 Biostatistics & Bioinformatics  MB & PhDNeurobiology (NBI)
 Cell Biology (CBI)Pathology (PTH)
 Immunology (IMM)Pharmacology & Cancer Biology (PCB)
 Interdisciplinary PhD Programs
 Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (CBB)Pharmacological Sciences Training Program (PSTP)
 Molecular Cancer Biology (MCB)University Program in Genetics and Genomics (UPGG)

Certificate Programs
Certificate programs are designed to provide graduate students with advanced training in interdisciplinary or emerging fields of knowledge by taking advantage of the distinctive resources available at Duke

 Biomolecular and Tissue Engineering Certificate ProgramIntegrated Toxicology and Environmental Health Program
 Certificate in College TeachingNanoscience Certificate Program
 Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Certificate ProgramPhilosophy of Biology Certificate Program
 Admitting Programs
Admitting programs matriculate students who then affiliate with a PhD program after the first year. Admitting programs are interdisciplinary in nature Admitting programs provide interdisciplinary core courses and engage faculty from multiple departments and schools.
 Cell and Molecular BiologyIntegrated Toxicology & Environmental Health
 Cognitive NeuroscienceMedical Scientist Training Program
 Developmental & Stem Cell BiologyStructural Biology & Biophysics