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Planning Ahead

Planning Ahead: Future Course Offerings (Subject to change. Current as of 4/27/2018) This is a tentative course offering schedule. This is subject to change and should only be used as a reference. The confirmed course offerings will be communicated prior course registration each semester. Access the downloadable version here: Planning Ahead_Downloadable Version FALL 2018 Course type Title (Credits) Faculty CORE ENV 961: Ecosystem Science and Management (3) Vidra CORE ENV 962: Economics of Environmental Management (3) Murray REQUIRED for 1st years...

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Independent Study

DEL-MEM students may undertake an independent study with a Duke faculty member during the spring semester. Students seeking to enroll in an independent study are responsible for developing an acceptable proposal for the course of study and identifying a faculty member willing to engage in such a course. Students must also complete the independent study request form for submission to the Nicholas registrar.  Independent studies at the graduate level at Duke University must be designed to delve deeply into a particular...

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Course Descriptions

Note: These are likely to change for each semesters’ course offering. Past course descriptions/syllabi: ENV 909, Survey of Environmental Leadership, Vidra ENV 955, Community Based Environmental Management ENV 961, Ecosystem Science and Management ENV 962, Economics of Environmental Management ENV 963, Program Management for Environmental Professionals ENV 964, Environmental Law & Policy ENV 965, Environmental Leadership Module ENV 966, Professional Writing Module, Cagle (Current Syllabus) ENV 973, Business Strategy for Environmental Sustainability ENV 974, Seeing the Big Picture: Lessons from...

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Graduation Checklist

Honor Code     Student Policies The Graduation Checklist should be used to track your courses and to ensure you are meeting the program requirements. You must submit the graduation checklist to the Nicholas School Registrar at the beginning of your 4th semester. Please include an electronic signature or sign and scan the document for this submission. Students who matriculated in Fall 2016 or earlier  (Updated 1/14/19) Students who matriculated in Fall 2017 or later   (Updated 01/14/19)

Executive Ed Courses

View upcoming Executive Education courses here. DEL Executive Education Short Course Policy updated 11/22/2017