Summer Term 2
July 10 - August 11, 2017
The Marine Laboratory, set within the natural beauty of the Outer Banks of coastal North Carolina, offers a picturesque residential campus, where learning in small, intimate groups takes place and students have direct access to the area's natural resources while using the latest scientific innovations. Many of the marine science summer courses include field studies components.
Summer 2017 Update: We are excited to announce that Author Paul Greenberg will be co-teaching part of the Conservation Biology & Policy course this summer!
- Students enrolled in Conservation Biology and Policy or the Drones course may also take Biology and Conservation of Sea Turtles, Marine Mammals, or Marine Ecology.
- Students enrolled in Physics 142LA may not take a second course.
- Students interested in Research Independent Study should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions.
The summer courses below are open to graduate students, post-baccalaureates and professionals.
How to Enroll
Duke students enroll through ACES/Duke Hub
Students from outside institutions should submit an enrollment form online
Tuition and Room & Board costs can be found on the costs page: Summer Costs
Tuition Scholarships are available for marine science courses during the summer (one per summer).