Students can obtain educational training in the decision sciences through graduate and undergraduate coursework, workshops, and informal interactions with D-CIDES affiliates. Most educational opportunities engage students from a range of disciplines throughout campus.
Prospective graduate students enter the decision sciences through several Ph.D. programs within the Duke Graduate School. All require a core curriculum within their home degree program, but also allow students to broaden their education with courses in complementary disciplines. Learn more about relevant graduate programs >>
Undergraduates bring the decision sciences into their Duke experience through coursework, scientific research and participation in D-CIDES activities. Duke is notable for the sheer breadth of courses that involve aspects of decision making; these span all of the research themes within D-CIDES, from basic biology to societal impact. Learn more about undergraduate education in the decision sciences >>