For Current Students
Pratt and Duke offer a wealth of opportunities for its students, including numerous undergraduate research experiences, extracurricular student groups, and a world-class team of researchers and faculty to learn from. Students share responsibility with Pratt faculty for the quality and richness of their education. Be an advocate for yourself: get the advising you need, ask for help when you need it, and get involved in Pratt and university activities. Read more about the many ways you can explore your interests at Pratt below.
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Your First Year
General details about the first year curriculum.
First-year advising, pre-major advising and other tips.
Pratt fellows participate in intensive research with faculty mentors.
Grand Challenge Scholars
Information about becoming an NAE Grand Challenge Scholar.
Research and Independent Study
There are lots of options for conducting research as an undergrad.
A list of engineering groups and societies.
How to find one, when to look, and more...
Explore all the ways Duke supports students in entrepreneurship.
Graduation with Departmental Distinction
A senior thesis project offered by all departments.
Policies and Procedures
Comprehensive information for Pratt undergrads.
Departments, majors, double majors, and minors.
General BSE Requirements
A brief overview of the big picture.
Options offered by all departments.
4+1: BSE + Master's
Just for Pratt students, get your master's in one extra year.
Other Quick Links
Academic Resource Center
Study skills, learning style analysis, advising and more.
Directors of Academic Engagement
Directors of Academic Engagement work with you to clarify your academic goals and connect you to opportunities for academic exploration within and beyond the traditional classroom.