Kyle Melatti sitting at table with another student

Duke in Geneva Summer

Wednesday, July 17, 2019
If you take the Number 3 bus all the way down to Crets-de-Champel, you’ll stumble upon the Cite Universitaire. These sets of buildings located in Geneva, Switzerland, have housed hundreds, if not thousands, of like-minded students studying things like macroeconomics and entrepreneurship over the... Read More »
MMS Director and Duke in Geneva Students 2018

MMS Faculty Summer Projects

Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Markets and Management faculty and instructors help make the certificate program a success! While our students are spending their summers studying abroad, doing internships, and taking classes, ever wonder what summers are like for faculty? Here are a few of our MMS faculty sharing their summer... Read More »
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Managing Networks Poster Session

Sunday, April 28, 2019
This year's Managing Networks students presented an open poster session as their final projects. The students all did original network research including coding, visualization, and analysis.                 Managing Networks... Read More »
Reilly Walsh

Reilly Walsh: My MMS Experience

Thursday, March 28, 2019
  When I got to Duke, I was unsure to what I wanted to do in the future. After learning about several different majors and certificate programs, I found the Markets and Management Studies certificate perfect for what I hoped to gain from my experience here. When I began to ask around, I... Read More »
How do I Enroll in a Capstone?

How do I Enroll in a Capstone?

Wednesday, March 27, 2019
If you are a senior looking to take the Markets & Management Capstone course in the fall, you have come to the right place! The Capstone (MMS 450) is designed to be one of the final courses you take in the Markets and Management Studies program and should tie together the themes and ideas... Read More »
Zach Maurides

MMS Alumnus' Business Featured in Inc Magazine

Friday, March 22, 2019
Former MMS student Zach Maurides was featured in Inc. Magazine highlighting his scheudling app TeamWorks. Read more to learn about how TeamWorks became the must have app for NCAA basketball.   A Duke Athlete Invented a Simple App. Now the NCAA Can't Run March Madness... Read More »
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Interested in Sports Marketing? 365 Sports is looking for interns!

Friday, March 22, 2019
365 Sports Group is looking for an undergraduate intern for the 2019 Summer. Working closely with 365 Sports Management, the intern will assist in all aspects of domestic and international sports marketing, helping to grow and create new sports business through creating marketing campaigns,... Read More »
Jamie Cohen

Certificate Students Talk About Marketing MMS to Employers

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
While Duke doesn’t have an undergraduate business degree, it does have the Markets and Management certificate, and this is the next best thing. For students who wish to pursue a career in business, they need to be able to convey to employers how the MMS certificate, in combination with whatever... Read More »
Arianna Rhue

Arianna Rhu: Finding Relevance in Courses You Wouldn't Expect

Thursday, March 7, 2019
Choosing which MMS courses to take can be quite daunting. There are a multitude of classes that span a variety of majors and topics; and while the DukeHub course descriptions may be helpful, they are not all encompassing and do not take into account the true student experience. As a... Read More »
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Turner Sports Executives Visit MMS Course

Friday, February 22, 2019
  Instructor Tiryakian's MMS 275 Business of Sport class was glad to welcome four executives from Turner Sports earlier this month. They were able to bring their sports management knowledge to the discussion with students and receive feedback on current ventures. Some of... Read More »