In its relatively short history, The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, has established itself as one of the leading business schools in the world. With talented faculty and renowned research centers, the school sits among top-ranked U.S. business schools.
Fuqua enrolled its first class in 1970. Today, the annual enrollment in Fuqua's degree programs is more than 1,300. These programs include:
- The Duke MBA – Daytime
- The Duke MBA – Cross Continent
- The Duke MBA – Global Executive
- The Duke MBA – Weekend Executive
- Master of Management Studies (MMS): Foundations of Business
- Master of Management Studies (MMS): Duke Kunshan University
- Master of Qunatative Mangement (MQM)
- The PhD Program in Business Administration
A Health Sector Management certificate is available in the Daytime, Global Executive, Weekend Executive and Cross Continent programs.
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Fuqua Advisory Boards
Fuqua is advised on matters related to curriculum, programs, facilities and operations by the Fuqua Board of Visitors (BOV), as well as Regional Advisory Boards in East Asia, India, Russia/CIS, Europe, and the Middle East. These teams of nearly 100 board members promote better communication and relationships with the global business community, facilitating the success of the school and in turn, your career success as an alumnus.
Fuqua in China and East Asia
The Fuqua School of Business is deeply committed to East Asia. Through its relationship with Duke Kunshan University, a regional office space in downtown Shanghai, and an alumni presence throughout the region, Fuqua is an active and engaged member of this fast-growing and dynamic region.