Fuqua School of Business at Duke University
Why you should consider this program
Be a leader who demonstrates competence, character, and purpose--a thinker and a doer who can maneuver the complexities of interdependent issues. Aspire to possess the technical acumen, personal attributes, and moral compass to both "get along" and "get it right." Because the world needs MBAs who navigate toward a collective good for ALL stakeholders--others, the organization, the community, and the world. If this sounds like the kind of leader you want to be, then The Duke MBA-Daytime is the program for you.
The Duke MBA-Daytime program offers concentrations in accounting, decision sciences, entrepreneurship and innovation, finance, leadership and ethics, management, marketing, operations management, social entrepreneurship, and strategic consulting. There are also Certificates of Excellence offered in finance and marketing as well as a certificate program in health sector management. Students may pursue joint degrees in public policy, law, environment and earth science, forestry, medicine, nursing, engineering, and computer science.
Benefits for Coverdell Fellows
|Tuition/fees for Complete Program||Value of Coverdell Fellowship||Net cost *|
|In state||$ 89,010||$ 15,800||$ 73,210|
|Out of state||$ 89,010||$ 15,800||$ 73,210|
Where the cost savings value of the Coverdell Fellowship comes from
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Application fee waived?Yes
Fellows are expected to undertake an impactful, ongoing service project that addresses problems and needs of Durham's under-served communities. Fellows should expect to volunteer 10-15 hours per month during the academic year. They will submit brief progress reports at the end of each semester. This service project covers the Coverdell Fellows internship requirement only. Fellows must also complete the required MBA internship between the first and second year of the program.
The Duke MBA offers many opportunities for community engagement. CASE (The Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship) maintains relations with numerous local nonprofits and manages Fuqua on Board, an extracurricular service learning program that pairs students with local nonprofit boards of directors.
Additionally, fellows will participate in a Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows orientation and several workshops and networking sessions during the year.
Jobs for program alumni
- Jessie End - Head of Industry, Nonprofits and Religion, at Google
- Joe McMahan - Director, Sustainability Partnerships with the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, at Dairy Management, Inc.
- Xander Kent - Packaging Innovation & Sustainability Manager, at Amazon
- Eddie Breaux -
Resources, at Fulton County Schools (Georgia)
In the application, check the box in the Financial Aid section to express interest in the Coverdell Fellowship. Applicants must upload a copy of their DOS during the application process. If you are a currently serving Volunteer and do not yet have a copy of your DOS, you may upload a Word document stating when you expect to receive it. The admission decision and scholarship are announced simultaneously
Year Coverdell Fellows partnership started