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Dr. Jeff Glass, Faculty Director of the MEM Program, was recently interviewed while spending two months in Amsterdam.  "When I get a note from a former student telling me how something they learned helped them in...
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Students in Duke University’s Biomedical Device Innovation course series face engineering, marketing and business challenges while designing tools to fill clinical needs   There’s an old adage in the aviation...
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Launching this fall, “Specialization in Data Analytics for Business” will help everyday professionals make the most of Big Data Duke University will soon begin offering free online courses aimed at teaching non-...
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A new Duke ECE startup accelerator called DEEP SEA is funding a PhD graduate’s idea to transform how blood glucose is monitored By Ken Kingery A startup company based on technology invented at Duke University is...
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Students complete internships in a variety of industries as part of the Campus program's internship requirement.  View our most recent internship presentations.

Duke's Master of Engineering Management Program

With a core management curriculum and a wide variety of technical electives, Duke's Master of Engineering Management (MEM) Program offers early-career engineers a tech-savvy alternative to an MBA. Offered by the Pratt School of Engineering with the support of Duke’s Fuqua School of Business and the Duke School of Law, the MEM program prepares engineering and science graduates to become future industry leaders. With Duke’s Master of Engineering Management degree, students

  • Build a business foundation with core courses in management, marketing, finance, and intellectual property and business law
  • Customize the degree with a wide variety of technical electives, with the flexibility to focus on technology management, innovation management, operations management, entrepreneurship, financial engineering or master’s courses in specific engineering disciplines
  • Develop leadership, negotiation, and communication skills in our unique workshop series for campus students or residency weeks for distance students.

Our broad curriculum develops engineering professionals ready to address today’s complex business problems with innovative solutions. We offer

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The Duke Advantage

The Duke MEM Program is distinctive among graduate programs in its flexibility and integration of business, law, and engineering.

Business

Business

The MEM Program has developed four engineering management courses in conjunction with the Duke School of Law and the Fuqua School of Business specifically tailored for engineers.

Law

Law

Students gain the knowledge to help high-tech organizations sustain a competitive advantage through intellectual property and patent protection.

Engineering

Engineering

Campus students can take courses in technology management, entrepreneurship, or in specific engineering disciplines. Distance students focus on commercialization, finance, or operation electives.

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