We offer four majors, two minors, and several non-degree opportunities for Duke undergraduate students who are passionate about the environment and related areas of study.
The Nicholas School’s undergraduate degrees are offered in cooperation with Trinity College. To pursue one of these degrees, you’ll need to declare your major in the Academic Advising Center, typically during your sophomore year. You will then obtain a faculty advisor and refine your plan of study.
Choose from four degree options:
Students majoring in other subjects can also pursue a minor at the Nicholas School:
No matter what your major is, you can spend a semester or summer studying the oceans and marine life at the Duke Marine Lab in Beaufort, N.C.—a fun and unique way to fulfill your elective requirements.
Students from any major who are passionate about the challenges of meeting society’s need for clean, affordable, and reliable energy can expand their career options with a certificate in energy and environment.