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Duke’s Coursera courses are not official courses at Duke University, but rather are courses created by Duke faculty in which you can earn a Coursera certificate. To learn more about Coursera certificates, please see Coursera’s page on Course Certificates. Coursera certificates do not represent university credit or continuing education units from Duke and do not come with a Duke University transcript.

You can visit Online Duke’s Courses or Programs pages to see if we have an offering that meets your needs. If you have a course from a particular school in mind (e.g., business, engineering, nursing, etc.), we encourage you to visit the relevant school’s site (visit duke.edu and click “Schools & Institutes”).

With respect to Duke’s Coursera’s courses, please note that these are not official courses at Duke University, but rather are courses created by Duke faculty in which you can earn a Coursera certificate. To learn more about Coursera certificates, please see Coursera’s page on Course Certificates. Coursera certificates do not represent university credit from Duke and do not come with a Duke University transcript.

You can visit Online Duke’s Courses or Programs pages to learn more about a specific offering you are interested. If you have a course from a particular school in mind (e.g., business, engineering, nursing, etc.), we encourage you to visit the relevant school’s site (visit duke.edu and click “Schools & Institutes”).

For Duke’s Coursera courses, you can also visit Duke’s offerings on Coursera to look up a particular Coursera offering to find more about the content, time commitment, enrollment options and fees, and other information. Please note that Duke’s Coursera courses are not official courses at Duke University, but rather are courses created by Duke faculty in which you can earn a Coursera certificate. To learn more about Coursera certificates, please see Coursera’s page on Course Certificates. Coursera certificates do not represent university credit or continuing education units from Duke and do not come with a Duke University transcript.

Because Coursera, and not Duke University, manages Coursera course certificates, Coursera’s Learner Help Center is the fastest path to solving this issue for you. Please check Coursera’s help articles and if you do not find an existing solution there, then contact Coursera’s support team through the Learner Help Center.

Duke does not offer any undergraduate degree programs online. However, if you are looking for information on how to apply to Duke’s residential degree programs, please visit admissions.duke.edu.

Online Duke partners with current faculty and instructors at Duke University to create online learning experiences. We do not hire faculty or instructors for the university. If you are interested in working at Duke, you should visit Duke University Human Resources.

Please consult the materials available at LearningInnovation.Duke.edu and find out how Duke Learning Innovation can help you explore, develop and evaluate innovative ways to use technology and new pedagogies to meet your teaching goals.

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