Duke UniversityIslamic Studies

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Duke University is committed to building an Islamic Studies program that approaches Islam as a global phenomenon and is genuinely interdisciplinary, extending our established strength in humanities and religious studies to the social sciences. The Graduate School does not offer advanced degrees in Islamic Studies. Instead, our faculty and graduate students pursue their studies within departments where they specialize in the study of Islam and Muslims. 

However, Duke Middle East Studies Center offers a graduate-level certificate in Middle Eastern Studies. You can find more information here.

Duke Graduate School

If you are interested in graduate studies focused on Islamic Studies at Duke, you must meet the admission and graduation requirements of the Graduate School and the department or program that will serve as the disciplinary home for your research on Islam and the Muslim world.

Graduate School Admissions

Links to Graduate Departments & Programs

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