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 training with courses in complementary disciplines. Commonly chosen degree programs include those of the Fuqua School of Business (e.g., Marketing, Decision Science), Economics, Philosophy, Psychology and Neuroscience, and Neurobiology. Students interested in a biological approach to decision making can also enter through the Cognitive Neuroscience admitting program, which allows rotations in several laboratories during the first year, followed by matching to a mentor and degree-granting program in the second year. Students in any of these programs frequently take courses on decision modeling, experimental methods, and statistics, along with (or as part of) their standard training program.