Duke Immerse is a semester-long program in which undergraduates enroll in a set of four courses, travel and engage in field-based learning, built around a single theme or issue. Programs are offered in the fall and spring. Each Immerse offering is designed and led by a cohort of 2-4 faculty and consists of:
Duke Immerse programs provide off-campus experiences though travel, hands-on project collaboration, or industry-based mentoring to enhance the curriculum.
All students must have completed Writing 101 to be eligible. Individual programs might also have additional prerequisites. Check each program’s webpage for application details.
Participation in Duke Immerse requires a payment of a $1,500 course fee, in addition to Duke tuition.
Duke’s Karsh Office of Undergraduate Financial Support provides additional grant aid to cover the cost of any course fee for all students receiving aid. Students should consult with their financial aid counselor for more details.
of Duke Immerse students graduate with honors.
of Duke Immerse students write honors theses.
of Duke Immerse students graduate Phi Beta Kappa.