Curriculum is a primary goal at the Duke-Margolis Center, where we aim to foster collaborations to increase innovative educational and training opportunities offered in health policy across the educational continuum with an interdisciplinary focus. The Center supports the development and revision of curriculum across campus to develop and hone students’ understanding of health and health care, health policy making and reform, and the capabilities that organizations need to achieve greater value in care. We encourage a health policy curriculum that integrates foundational, investigative and experiential learning that goes beyond the classroom. We accomplish this through our departmental partnerships to create related course-work for students and through our participation in the Bass Connections program on campus.
- Full course list of health policy related courses here at Duke University
- Health Policy Focus Cluster for first-semester Duke students to be introduced to health policy through a shared housing environment that facilitates discussion and scholarly exploration.
- Addition of new courses to help students explore the ever changing health policy landscape
For more information on our participation with Bass Connections and our past and current projects, please go here.