• Positivity in Action
    • Positivity in Action
    • An introductory view of positive psychology and its applications within university culture.

    • Perl for Genomics
    • Perl for Genomics
    • From full genome sequencing to the development of biological databases, advances over the past few decades have changed biology from largely laboratory work to a highly integrative discipline with an increasingly significant input from computer science.

House Courses are half-credit, satisfactory/unsatisfactory courses open to all undergraduates that provide an intellectual experience distinct from regular departmental offerings and often respond directly to students' expressed interests and concerns. They enhance intellectual life in the residence halls where they are taught.

House Courses may be led by current Duke undergraduates under faculty supervision or by a faculty member from another Duke academic program or school. All courses must be approved and sponsored by a Trinity academic department and endorsed by the Arts & Sciences Council Committee on Courses. House Courses do not have multiple sections, prerequisites, or corequisites; they cannot require other curricular or extra-curricular activity or enterprise, or participation in activities beyond those of the course itself.

Next Upcoming Deadlines to Apply

October 10, 2014 5pm - Spring 2015 Courses

March 6, 2015 5pm - Fall 2015 Courses