The Duke University School of Medicine is a community of scholars devoted to teaching, research, and patient care. It is consistently ranked among the best in the country.
The School of Medicine incorporates a range of highly regarded educational programs, as well as the research efforts of more than 2,000 basic science and clinical faculty. Conducted under the auspices of various academic and clinical departments and multidisciplinary centers and institutes, their combined efforts make Duke one of the largest biomedical research enterprises in the country, with more than $700 million in sponsored research annually.
The synergy among the School's physicians, researchers, educators, and staff offers unprecedented opportunities for teamwork among scientists in our labs and caregivers in our hospitals and clinics.
Degree Programs and Admissions
The School of Medicine offers a variety of degrees in the health professions and biomedical sciences. Each program hosts its own admissions process and must be applied to directly.
Certificates and Training Programs
Except for the Ophthalmic Medical Technician Certificate, a terminal program, certificate and training programs are typically offered to students pursuing degree programs at the school.
International Education and Training
Duke offers multiple opportunities for medical and health professions students to study abroad.
Graduate Medical Education
Duke University Hospital offers training programs in 76 ACGME accredited programs and also many special fellowships. View the programs that Duke offers and links to the programs respective web pages.
Continuing Medical Education
Duke Offers a variety of continuing medical education opportunities through Center for Educational Excellence which offers accredited programs to a variety of professional audiences.