Concurrent Degrees with non-Duke Schools

It is possible to make special arrangements to do a Nicholas School concurrent degree program with degree programs at other universities (e.g., UNC Law School, UNC Planning department, UNC Business School, or other universities). The credit and financial arrangements for the Nicholas School degree are essentially the same as for concurrent degrees with other Duke programs (36 credits, 3 semesters in residence, 3 semesters of Nicholas School tuition). The credit and tuition arrangements for the other university are at the discretion of that school.


Remember that when you commit to the concurrent degree program, with reduced credits for each degree, you won’t receive either degree until you’ve completed all requirements for both degrees, including your Masters Project.


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