The Center offers several programs, as well as non-degree educational and research opportunities in child and family policy, for undergraduate, graduate and PhD students.
Child Policy Research Certificate
In the Center's undergraduate certificate program, students explore child and family issues through interdisciplinary coursework, while working closely with faculty to conduct original policy-relevant research.
The Center offers many ways for Duke students to learn about child and family policy and to hone their research skills through classes, policy-relevant research projects, special events and more.
The Center welcomes Master of Public Policy students to participate on research projects.
PhD and Postdoctoral Opportunities
If you are interested in researching topics related to child and family policy during your doctoral studies, the Center has a number of potential faculty advisors.