A Duke global health education provides you with a solid foundation in research, communication and management; a strong understanding of working across diverse cultures, environments and political contexts; and a robust alumni network around the world. From delivering care in times of peace or conflict to analyzing global health issues to evaluating business models, logistics and supply chains, you will have the skills, experience and connections to pursue a broad range of global health careers.

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The Duke Career Center provides students with resources and tools to aid job searches in a broad range of fields. 

Career Paths

Duke global health graduates work in a variety of jobs across industry, academia and the nonprofit sector. Visit our alumni page to see profiles of a few of our recent grads and the many ways they are leveraging their global health skills.

Industries of Alumni working in global health - pie chart
A 2017 Duke graduate, José Sandoval now works as a research associate with UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs, in Los Angeles.
Alumni Stories

Alumni Profile: José Sandoval BS'17

Duke alum Sydney Neeley
Alumni Stories

Sydney Neeley MS’16

Christine McKenna ’08
Alumni Stories

Still Blazing Trails Toward Health Equity

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Global Health Organizations