Duke Divinity supports and encourages interdisciplinary study, which includes the pursuit of dual-degree programs. The Divinity School officially offers two dual-degree programs:

Those interested in dual-degree programs are required to pursue admission to each school independently, and upon successful admission to both programs, are enrolled as dual-degree students.

There are several other possible programs of dual-degree study that students may pursue by communicating with the associate dean for academic programs. Students in the past have sought to partner their M.Div. or M.T.S. degree with a degree from Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy, Nicholas School of Environment, or Fuqua School of Business, as well as other Master’s degree programs offered by Duke University. Pursuing a dual-degree outside of the two official programs requires acceptance of admission and permission from both schools.

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