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PhD Programs by Academic Division for RCR

For Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) orientations, Duke Graduate School's PhD programs are divided into three groups. *Some programs overlap several academic divisions; students should attend the appropriate orientation according to their research focus. 

Humanities and Social Sciences (Thursday orientation, Durham Hilton)
Art, Art History and Visual Studies
Business Administration
Classical Studies
Cognitive Neuroscience*
Computational Media, Arts & Cultures
Cultural Anthropology
Economics
English
Environmental Policy
German Studies (Carolina-Duke German Program)
History
Literature
Marine Science and Conservation*
Music
Nursing
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology and Neuroscience*
Public Policy Studies
Religious Studies
Romance Studies
Sociology

Natural Sciences and Engineering (Friday orientation, Durham Hilton)
Biology
Biomedical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Cognitive Neuroscience*
Computer Science
Earth and Ocean Sciences
Ecology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Environment
Evolutionary Anthropology
Marine Science and Conservation*
Materials Science and Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
Physics
Psychology and Neuroscience*
Statistical Science

Biomedical Sciences (Weekend orientation, Greensboro)
Biochemistry
Biostatistics
Cell and Molecular Biology
Cell Biology
Cognitive Neuroscience*
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Developmental and Stem Cell Biology
Genetics and Genomics
Immunology
Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health
Medical Physics
Medical Scientist Training
Molecular Cancer Biology
Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Neurobiology
Pathology
Pharmacology and Cancer Biology

Note that all entering Graduate School Master's students are required to attend the Wednesday RCR orientation at the Durham Hilton.