Preparing Engineering and Science Graduates for Leadership

The Duke Master of Engineering Management is a tech-savvy alternative to the MBA. Comprising a core management curriculum and variety of electives, it is: interdisciplinary and flexible, with a focus on application, global awareness, and the student experience.

News

The HaBaby team waits to make their pitch: Shantanu Sharma, Andrew Huang, Adia Coley and Priyanka Vennkanagari. Photo by Katherine Black.

February 20, 2017

MEM Student Sharma and Team Vie for Hult Prize

An MEM student is headed to San Francisco to take part in a regional competition for the Hult Prize, one of the world's top social entrepreneurship prizes. Shantanu Sharma and three undergraduates bested four other teams in the second round of judging at Duke to advance directly to the San [...]

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Events

¿Hard Mode¿ ¿ How to Survive as a B2B Product Manager

4:00 pm | Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium

Presenter: Barry Wright, III

Duke is a founding member of the Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC)

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

Our Blogs

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. 

Director's Blog

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.

MEMPDC

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.

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1 year

to complete campus program, 2 years to complete distance program

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92% of grads

actively pursuing employment found jobs within six months of graduation

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4 electives

choose from hundreds of technical electives to build your own experience

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20+ countries

represented by our students each year