Students are paired with academic advisors who provide guidance throughout the educational experience. Advisors can offer advice on everything from course selection and capstone topics to the best place to get a pizza in Durham; our goal is to provide students with the support they need to enjoy a rich learning experience.
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Duke faculty and staff will also help you consider career options and connect you to job opportunities. We curate an extensive database of internship, fellowship, and job opportunities to help students find the best fit for their interests and expertise. We also have developed networks among governmental agencies, health systems, pharmaceutical and scientific companies, law firms, non-profits, and other organizations to help students enter or return to the workplace after graduation. Plus, you have the opportunity to meet representatives from policy organizations and experts in bioethics and science policy both in MA courses and in our speaker series and workshops.