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Study Away Programs Offering Coursework with an Internship, Research, or Independent Study Component
Students seeking experiential learning opportunities during their time at Duke – whether it be an internship, research opportunity, independent study program, or other practicum experience – may be pleasantly surprised at the options available through courses on study away programs.
The Global Education Office can help you find study away programs offering courses with an experiential learning component, both in the U.S. and abroad. Opportunities are available for summer, fall, and spring terms.
The following Duke-In programs offer courses containing an experiential learning component:
In addition to Duke-In programs, there are several opportunities available through our Duke-Approved programs, or by petition.
Book an Advising Appointment
For individualized assistance finding a study away program with an experiential learning component, book an advising appointment with Hayley Broadhead, GEO Academic Research & Internship Coordinator.