February 05, 2018
In 1997, when F. Hadley Cocks spearheaded the creation of Duke's Master of Engineering Management Program, he wanted to create a smooth transition for students who wished to pursue careers in engineering business and management. He was right. To date, more than 1,600 students have earned MEM degrees at Duke.
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Duke is a founding member of the Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC), a small group of highly recognized university graduate level programs in engineering management
Pratt Professional Masters Blog
The Pratt Professional Masters Blog includes faculty and alumni profiles, industry news, and content reflecting admissions, student life, academics, and career services.
Faculty Director Jeff Glass Blogs on Engineering Management topics, from issues that students and alumni will face early in their careers to ideas to help them get more out of their engineering management studies.
The Master of Engineering Management Program Development Committee (MEMPDC) is a student-run organization whose members work with the program’s administration to plan student activities, coordinate student recruitment events, and enhance industry relations.