MEM Email Archive for Fall 2014/Spring 2015

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: Congratulations!  (Email #1)

Dear Applicants,

Congratulations on your admission to the Master of Engineering Management Program! We hope that you'll join us in August and become a member of our newest class. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at memp@pratt.duke.edu.

This email kicks off a series of emails that the Admissions Team will send to you to help you as you make your decision. This information will be sent out as it becomes available and be archived online at: http://memp.pratt.duke.edu/mem-email-archive-fall-2014spring-2015For now, here are a few resources to consider as you see if our program is right for you.

Admitted Student Day

Both the MEM and MEng programs will host an Admitted Student Day on March 28, 2014, and we hope that you'll attend this event that is run entirely by current students. Registration is required, and space is limited, so sign up soon if you'd like to attend! If you cannot attend, please note that we have posted information from previous events online; see the 2012 event and the 2013 event. We'll post information from the 2014 event as soon as we can.

Admissions Ambassadors

As mentioned above, our admissions team can help with your questions, but sometimes, you have questions that only a student or alum can answer. Happily, we have a group of alumni and current students who volunteer to contact admitted students to answer questions from a student's point of view. Common topics include anything from courses to life in Durham to careers. We have asked an Admissions Ambassador to contact you in the next few weeks, and we hope that you will find this helpful. 

Note that if you did not give us permission to release your contact information, we could not assign an ambassador to contact you.

Connecting with Potential Classmates

If you're on Facebook, there's a group for Admitted Master of Engineering Management students. Join in the conversation and get a head start on getting to know your classmates!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1448633755368319/

We both hope that you will become a member of the Master of Engineering Management Program, and hope to see you in Fall 2014. Please let us know if we can help with any questions.

Sincerely,
Susan Brown and Erin Degerman
Admissions Team
Professional Masters Programs

Susan.Brown@duke.edu 
Erin.Degerman@duke.edu

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: Google Hangouts with Current Students  (Email Special!)

Dear Applicants,

I hope this finds you well. I am Vikram Sridhar, a final semester student in the Master of Engineering Management program at Duke University. I would like to congratulate on your acceptance into the Master of Engineering Management program at Duke. I can tell from personal experience that the MEM program is an incredible journey that changes the way you perceive an engineering problem. I sincerely hope you will attend the program next fall.

As a part of the Student Recruiting Committee (SRC) in the MEM, I would like to invite you to an optional Google Hangout with current MEM students. I believe this will be a good opportunity for you to interact with the present crop of MEM students and your potential classmates. A member from the SRC will also be at hand to answer all your questions pertaining to the program.

Hangouts will be held on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2 times (on each day)- 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM US Eastern Time. The Hangout could be up to 45 minutes long and will require that you provide us with a valid Gmail ID. A member from the SRC will use this ID to invite you to the private video chat session. Hangouts require that you install a plugin from the Google website. The link to the plugin is provided here.

Please make sure to use the link to the doodle poll below to register into a time slot that best suits your schedule. Please remember to provide your valid Gmail address once you have selected your preference.

https://doodle.com/9g2y6eqbfz62pfwh

Again, this is an optional event hosted by current batch of MEMers at Duke in order to give you a student's perspective of the program. As mentioned in previous communications, Duke MEM's Admitted Students Day (ASD) event will be held on the Duke Campus on the 28th of March. We would love to see in person on the 28th!

Thanks so much for participating in our Hangouts session. Please feel free to contact me at vikram.sridhar@duke.edu, in case you have questions about the hangouts or the anything in general. I look forward to speaking with you.

Sincerely,

Vikram Sridhar
Director, Student Recruiting Committee
Master of Engineering Management Program 
Student Development Committee
Duke University
vikram.sridhar@duke.edu

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: Next Steps  (Email #2)

Dear Applicants,

This is the second in a series of emails that the Admissions Team will send to you to help you as you explore all that Duke has to offer. If you miss anything, note that all email is archived online athttp://memp.pratt.duke.edu/mem-email-archive-fall-2014spring-2015.

  

This week, we'll briefly talk about next steps in the enrollment process.

Accepting or Declining the Offer of Admission
Admitted students should complete the Enrollment Form found in their admission letter to formally accept or decline the offer of admission.  The form includes a brief survey where the applicant indicates that they'll be coming to Duke or not, with follow-up questions that the program uses to understand how we can better serve applicants. Please complete your form by the deadline indicated in your letter.

Deposit
Note that we do not require a deposit to accept the offer of admission.

Official Transcripts
As you are aware, your application was reviewed and an admissions decision was made using unofficial, scanned copies of your transcript(s). If you want to accept our offer of admission and will enroll in the program, we require official copies of those transcript(s). A separate email will be sent to remind you of this once you accept the offer of admission.

The FAFSA for US Citizens and Permanent Residents
If you are planning on applying for a federal Stafford or Perkins loan, you can complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form at www.studentloans.gov.

For further information on FAFSA and the U.S. Department of Education’s student aid programs, you may call 1-800-433-3243 seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. to midnight (Eastern time). When completing the FAFSA form online, you will be asked for Duke’s Title IV code; it is E00165. Once you have received confirmation that your forms are complete and have been forwarded to the University, a financial aid officer will complete your aid award. If you have any questions during this process, you may contact Ms. Lisa Roop-Wioskowski who manages Graduate Financial Aid at 919-681-3247 or grad-finaid@duke.edu.

The Visa Process (I-20 or DS-2019) for International Students
A separate email with detailed instructions on the Visa Process will be sent after you accept the offer of admission, and your I-20 or DS-2019 will be processed after your official transcripts have been received. Visit Duke's Visa Services Office at http://www.visaservices.duke.edu/F1_Incoming.html for more information. Do not send any documentation before you are requested to do so.

Admitted Student Day
Remember, Duke will host an Admitted Student Day on March 28 for both the Master of Engineering Management and Master of Engineering programs. Now in its fourth year, ASD is run entirely by current students, and they're working hard to make sure this is the best event ever. Registration is required, and space is limited, so sign up soon if you'd like to attend! If you cannot attend, please note that we have posted information from previous events online; see the 2012 event and the 2013 event. We'll post information from the 2014 event as soon as we can.

We're here to help.
If you have any questions, please let us know. Also, if you haven't already joined the Facebook group, take a look. We have several current students on hand to help with any information you need. 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1448633755368319/

That's it for today. Please let us know if we can help with any questions.

Sincerely,
Susan Brown and Erin Degerman
Admissions Team
Professional Masters Programs

Susan.Brown@duke.edu 
Erin.Degerman@duke.edu

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: ASD 2014  (Email Special!)

Dear Applicants,

This is a special note in a series of emails that will help you as you consider life at Duke. As always, information is archived online at http://memp.pratt.duke.edu/mem-email-archive-fall-2014spring-2015.   

Duke held its fourth annual Admitted Student Day (ASD) on Friday, March 28, 2014. ASD is entirely run by current students, and this year's team strove to make the day informative and fun so that attendees could see what a great experience life at Duke can be. We welcomed admitted applicants from both the MEM and MEng programs, and an overview of the day for those who missed it is available online:

http://memp.pratt.duke.edu/asd2014

The site features videos from the day as well as copies of the handouts that were given to attendees.  Take a look!

Remember: admitted students should complete the Enrollment Form found in their admission letter.  The form includes a brief survey where the applicant accepts or declines the offer, with follow-up questions that the program uses to understand how we can better serve applicants.  Please complete your form by April 15. Note that we do not require a deposit to accept the offer of admission. 

As always, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at memp@pratt.duke.edu

That's it for today's email. Let us know if you have questions!

Sincerely,
Susan Brown and Erin Degerman
Admissions Team
Professional Masters Programs

Susan.Brown@duke.edu 
Erin.Degerman@duke.edu

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: Important Dates  (Email #3)

Dear Applicants,

This is the third in a series of emails that the Admissions Team will send to you to help you as you explore all that Duke has to offer. If you miss anything, note that all email is archived online at http://memp.pratt.duke.edu/mem-email-archive-fall-2014spring-2015. This week, we'll cover important dates for the upcoming year.

Accepting or Declining the Offer of Admission
Remember, if you have not yet accepted or declined the offer of Admission, you should do so by the deadline mentioned in your letter. For most of you, that should be April 15 for Round 1, June 1 for Round 2.

Semester Schedule
The Master of Engineering Management Program follows Duke University's academic calendar, though the program's required orientation will not be listed on this site. FALL Orientation will begin August 11th for international students and August 19th for US citizens. SPRING Orientation will begin January 5 for international students and January 6 for US citizens. Orientation is required as part of the program; it is not optional.

Tuition and Fee Billing
The Bursar's office bills students on a regular basis (see billing schedule and due dates here) and bills are posted to student accounts on ACES, Duke's internal student site. Note that this is the only way you'll receive bills - Duke does not send hard copies of bills through the mail. Payment information is available at http://finance.duke.edu/bursar/Payments/index.php. We have posted Estimated Tuition and Fees for 2014-2015 at http://memp.pratt.duke.edu/campus/campus-tuition-and-financial-aid.

North Carolina's Immunization Requirement
We like to mention this early, because it's serious stuff. The state of North Carolina requires that all students entering a university present a certificate of immunization which documents that the student has received all required immunizations. If you don't meet these requirements by the posted deadline, you may be WITHDRAWN FROM THE UNIVERSITY 30 days after classes begin. Don't let that happen to you! If you have to update your immunizations, start now. See http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/studenthealth/immunization-compliance for more information, including deadlines and requirements.

We're here to help.
If you have any questions, please let us know. Also, if you haven't already joined the Facebook group, take a look. We have several current students on hand to help with any information you need.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1448633755368319/

That's it for today. Please let us know if we can help with any questions.

Sincerely,
Susan Brown and Erin Degerman
Admissions Team
Professional Masters Programs

Susan.Brown@duke.edu
Erin.Degerman@duke.edu

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: Course Enrollment Information  (Email Special!)

Dear Applicants,

Hello! My name is Staci Thornton and I'm the Academic Coordinator for the Professional Masters Programs. I help students with academic planning, including course registration and graduation requirements. I wanted to let you know that course registration starts Friday, April 18.  Until your official transcripts and I-20 information have been received by the admissions office you will not be able to enroll in courses.  If you have received your NetID and password, you are eligible to enroll.  Please note there is a high volume of mail that still needs to be processed.

To register for classes, you will need to sign in to ACES using your NetID and password. For instructions on how to register for classes, please review the ACES- How To Guide.  Remember that Bookbagging your classes it NOT registering for classes.  You have to book bag your classes and then Enroll in them.  See the ACES- How To Guide for more information.

In the MEM Program, you are required to complete the following courses to graduate:

  • Four core courses which include Marketing, Law, Finance, and Management. Most students take EGRMGMT 510- Marketing and EGRMGMT 530- Finance during the fall
  • Four electives of your choosing. Go to the MEMP Technical Elective page on our website for more information.
  • Two semesters of Seminars and Workshops, EGRMGMT 501. The Seminar and Workshop Series consists of weekly Seminars you will attend every Friday at 4:00 PM and workshops you'll be able to choose from held at different times and days throughout the semester. You will see two choices for a time in ACES because of course conflicts. No matter what section you choose, you will attend Seminar at 4:00 PM.
  • Two Internship courses, EGRMGMT 550 and 551, which you should only sign up for if you have completed your internship.

Important: Distance-MEM Sections: Before you start enrolling classes, please note that some sections are for the Distance-MEMP students only. Do NOT enroll in these sections:

  • EGRMGMT 510.04 Marketing
  • EGRMGMT 530.04 Finance in High Tech Industries
  • EGRMGMT 560.02 Project Management
  • EGRMGMT 562.02 Operations Management
  • EGRMGMT 574.02 Commercializing Technology Innovations
  • EGRMGMT 590.02 Designing Customer Experience
  • EGRMGMT 590.04 Managing Product Development
  • EGRMGMT 590.08 Computational Finance Please let me know if you have any questions!

As you are thinking about your schedules for Fall 2014, there are some helpful ways to make course decisions.  We have added many resources to Sakai.  You will need to go to sakai.duke.edu and login.  You will then need to click on Membership on the left hand side, then click on Joinable Sites at the top of the page under “My Workspace: Membership”. Then search for MEMP/MEng Resources.  You will then click join and have access to the site. To  access the site, click on My Current Sites and MEMP/MEng Resources should be listed there.

 

  • Course Introduction Videos- Professors have taken the time to create course introduction videos that are available on the MEMP/MEng Resources Sakai site.  You can view videos in the Media Gallery on the left hand side.  Professors have provided their e-mail addresses at the end of each video so please feel free to reach out to them and ask any questions!
  • Sample Syllabi- You can find syllabi for Fall and Spring courses on Sakai.  Go to the MEMP/MEng Resources Site and click on Resources -> MEM Academic Info -> Syllabi -> Sample Fall 2013 Syllabi or Sample Spring 2013 Syllabi.  These are subject to change but can give you a good idea about what the syllabi will be like for the upcoming semester.
  • Fall Course Student Panel- This semester we held a student panel about Fall courses which you can view on Sakai.  Go to the MEMP/MEng Resources Site Site and click on Media Gallery on the left hand side.  The video is located in the MEMP Course Introductions folder.
  • Previous Course Evaluations- When you are searching classes in ACES, there is an option to view previous course evaluations.  You just click Course Eval and it will give you a list of all previous course evaluations.  Instructors of courses can change so make sure you are looking at the correct instructor.  Not all courses have course evaluations available to students so if you don't see it for a course, then it is not available.     

 

There are many other resources on the MEMP/MEng Resources Site including Durham and Housing Information.  Please take a look and let me know if you have any questions!

Staci Thornton

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Staci Thornton
Academic Coordinator
Professionals Masters Programs
Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
919-684-3905 (office)
919-668-2888 (fax)
staci.thornton@duke.edu

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: Housing, Transportation, and Area Resources  (Email #4)

Dear Applicants,

This is the fourth in a series of emails that will help you as you consider life at Duke. This information is sent out as it becomes available and is archived online athttp://memp.pratt.duke.edu/mem-email-archive-fall-2014spring-2015. This week's email offers more information on housing, transportation, and area resources.

Housing

See http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/hdrl/graduate-professional-students for both on-campus and off-campus housing. Please note that on-campus housing for graduate students is limited due to Duke's commitment to providing undergraduates with three years of on-campus housing. Most graduate students live off campus. When contemplating complexes, be sure to check apartment locations against Duke's bus routes and note that some complexes are served by Duke's Safe Vans Service from dusk to dawn.

Current students went over housing options during Admitted Student Day. If you haven't yet seen these overviews, take a look!

Many of you have been posting roommate notices on the Facebook groups. Another great option to find existing Duke students looking for roommates is DukeList's Roommate Wanted section.

Finally, Duke's Community Housing office has conducted surveys of students living in various complexes in the area. The survey lists pricing, contact information, and options. Students then rank complexes based on condition, property management, noise, and safety, and each complex's crime statistics are listed as well. You can also see the student breakdown for each complex (would you rather live with a lot of undergrads, or other graduate and professional students?).  View search results for this information here, but note that the most recent survey is from 2009, so be sure to check pricing.

Transportation

Raleigh-Durham International Airport (http://www.rdu.com/) is less than a half hour from Duke's campus; see http://www.rdu.com/groundtrans/groundtrans.html for transportation options on getting to Duke.

See http://parking.duke.edu/ for Duke’s Parking & Transportation department. If you plan to bring a car to campus, you can sign up for a parking permit over the summer (June/July). There are many other options if you do not have a car or do not choose to use it.  

Cell Phone Providers, Banks, and Grocery Stores

You need to call home once in a while. You'll need to hit the ATM for weekend cash. And after weeks of eating campus food, you might want to venture out for sustenance from an area grocery store.  Duke's International House has a lot of useful information on getting settled into the areawhether you're an international student or not.

Student Loan Information

If you applying for a federal Stafford or Perkins loan and have any questions during this process, you may contact Ms. Lisa Roop-Wioskowski in Graduate Financial Aid at 919-681-3247 or grad-finaid@duke.edu.

We're here to help.

If you have any questions, please let us know. Also, if you haven't already joined the Facebook group, take a look. We have several current students on hand to help with any information you need.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1448633755368319/

That's it for today's email. Let us know what we can do to help!

Sincerely,
Susan Brown and Erin Degerman
Admissions Team
Professional Masters Programs

Susan.Brown@duke.edu 
Erin.Degerman@duke.edu

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: Getting Around Durham  (Email #5)

Dear Applicants,

This is the fifth in a series of emails that will help you as you consider life at Duke. This information is sent out as it becomes available and is archived online at http://memp.pratt.duke.edu/mem-email-archive-fall-2014spring-2015.

Families are pouring into Durham from all over the world to celebrate graduation weekend for the class of 2014, so here's a short email on Getting Around Durham.

Durham

Durham is awesome, but don't take our word for it. See this great site from Duke Law that shows how lov-a-bull Durham is (you'll have to click to understand that). Please check it out - you'll be glad you did!

Getting Around

Will you need a car? Maybe not. Many Duke students leave their cars at home because Duke and Durham make getting around easy by offering convenient options that help Duke become a more sustainable campus.

CarShare, a car-sharing service is on campus and available 24/7. For as little as $8 an hour or $66 per day, you can reserve a sedan, SUV, van, or electric vehicle to run errands, go shopping, perform community service, or take a road trip. One-way rentals are also available on campus through the Enterprise Rent-A-Car office in Durham.

Biking is big on Duke's campus. Bike lanes and paths make it easy to get places fast. Our online map details over 140 unique rack locations around Duke. Bike shops are within walking distance of campus. Riding your bike is the fastest way to get around campus.

GoPass is a free public bus pass that allows all students to ride local and regional transit for free. Duke transit and public buses can also be tracked in real time on your computer or mobile phone. You can also ride the free Bull City Connector to get downtown.

We're here to help.

If you have any questions, please let us know. Also, if you haven't already joined the Facebook group, take a look. We have several current students on hand to help with any information you need.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1448633755368319/

That's it for today's email. Let us know what we can do to help!

Sincerely,
Susan Brown and Erin Degerman
Admissions Team
Professional Masters Programs

Susan.Brown@duke.edu
Erin.Degerman@duke.edu

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: See Yourself at Duke (End of Year Email Special!)

Dear Applicants,

This is a special end-of-the-year email in a series of emails that will help you as you consider life at Duke. This information is sent out as it becomes available and is archived online at http://memp.pratt.duke.edu/mem-email-archive-fall-2014spring-2015.

Today's topic: See Yourself at Duke, and what better way to do that (without actually coming to campus) than to view a selection of activities from the year.

If you don't already like the Duke MEM PDC on Facebook, you should! The PDC (Program Development Committee) is a student leadership organization dedicated to improving the student experience. Sub-committees include

  • Career Development and Alumni Relations Committee (CDAR) 
  • Creative Communications Committee (CCC)
  • Student Activities Committee (SAC)
  • Student Recruiting Committee (SRC)
Which committee will you be on?  SRC, SRC, SRC!
 

View the PDC's end of year slideshow...

and be sure to view this year's albums to see all that you have to look forward to next year, including orientation, student activities, and of course, a little spring fever...

 

just before Graduation.

 

That'll be you next year! Time will fly.

We're here to help.

If you have any questions, please let us know. Also, if you haven't already joined the Facebook group, take a look. We have several current students on hand to help with any information you need.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1448633755368319/

That's it for today's email. Let us know what we can do to help!

Sincerely,
Susan Brown and Erin Degerman
Admissions Team
Professional Masters Programs

Susan.Brown@duke.edu
Erin.Degerman@duke.edu

Duke Master of Engineering Management Program: Course Updates (Email Special!)

Hello everyone,

Below is some more information on courses available to you as MEMP students. Let me know if you have any questions!

Fuqua Courses

There is a separate process for registering for Fuqua classes and more details will come out about that this summer. In order to enroll in Fuqua classes, you will have to register for a backup course so you should go ahead and enroll in a backup course. Keep in mind, taking Fuqua classes is not mandatory and only about 7% of our students take Fuqua courses.

Practicum Courses- EGRMGMT 556

You have to apply to be a part of the practicum courses and more information will come out about that during the first week of classes. You should go ahead and register for a backup class in case you do not get chosen. You will have enough time to drop your backup class and register for Practicum before drop/add ends.

 

New Courses To Take For Technical Electives

EGRMGMT 590.11- Introduction to Systems Engineering

Introduction to the theory, principles, and methods used to conceive, design and analyze systems. Focus areas include problem identification, description, modeling and simulation, design, test and evaluation issues, as well as more broad lifecycle concerns. Two 1.25-hour classes weekly. Instructor: Mary Cummings, Ph. D.

PUBPOL 790 Science, Technology & Development Policy Science

Science & technology (S&T) play a large role in development policy by providing tools with which societies attempt to improve their circumstances: generate wealth; provide public services; heal the sick; distribute goods; and enable citizen participation in governance. Besides being means of development, S&T also affect assessments of the ends of development. Information technologies structure the monitoring and evaluation of development programs, while ideas about the value and risks of technologies affect debates about the desired objectives of development. This course examines the various roles of S&T in international development and the implications for public policy

The course reviews the impact of S&T and different forms of S&T governance on economic growth, trade, innovation, social welfare, health, the environment, conflict resolution, democracy and human rights. Students consider controversies in various S&T fields: telecommunications; medicines; agricultural biotechnology; energy; transportation; financial infrastructure; elections; and public transparency. The course covers various policy tools used to regulate science and technology in development: intellectual property; research & development incentives; infrastructure investment; risk management; technical standards; education policies; monitoring and evaluation protocols; and models of public participation in technology governance. The class will also consider questions about the appropriateness of S&T for different economic, political, environmental and ethical circumstances. It is designed for graduate students from diverse disciplines, including public policy, public health, law, business, engineering and the social, biological, and physical sciences. No background in science, engineering, or public policy is necessary. Instructor: Jason Cross, jason.cross@duke.edu

 

PUBPOL 590 - 06 (Cross-listed with SOCIOL & ISIS): Technology & Innovation Policy Practicum

This is a hands-on practicum with an expert in the area. If you have any interest in Intellectual Property Policy and how Innovation can be enhanced through regulatory practices and public policy (both developing and developed countries), please consider applying for this course. This practicum course brings together student teams to conduct empirical case studies of the business models, intellectual property strategies and regulation of innovators developing technologies for development goals in both developed and developing countries. The case studies combine the entrepreneur's perspective and the view from various stakeholders (government officials, users, competitors). Comparative analysis of the case studies will inform recommendations to international development agencies and foundations on intellectual property strategies for investments in technology for development. The research focuses on six key areas: (1) health technologies; (2) energy & sustainability; (3) information and communication technology; (4) education & scientific research; (5) food & agriculture; and (6) manufacturing & 3D printing. The analysis will consider ethics and values promoted by various intellectual property options. Student teams will also produce tutorial videos on case studies and policy options to better teach lessons learned to policy makers unfamiliar with novel approaches. Interested students should contact Prof. Jason Cross for permission numbers and to discuss their involvement in the class and/or the larger Bass Connections project with which the class is associated: jason.cross@duke.edu.

 

ECE 590: Advanced Topics in ECE

Images, videos, 3D, and all possible sources of visual information are becoming more and more ubiquitous and appearing both in forms and scenarios never seen before. The course goal is to provide a hands-­-on learning experience for students involving the idea generation, assessment, design, and prototyping of a new product in the imaging area. We will form 5 teams. Each team will have a maximum of 3 undergraduate science or engineering students, 1 science or engineering graduate student, and one business oriented graduate student (MEM, MBE, etc); limits for registering are therefore 15, 5, and 5 respectively. Collaboration and exchange of ideas as well as healthy competition between the teams will be encouraged. This project, led by Guillermo Sapiro, will be called "Adventures in Imaging." Guillermo is a world leader in digital image processing and specializes in machine learning for rapid analysis of video images. This is a very special opportunity for our students to gain practical project experience as "business leaders" of a diverse technology development team. If you are interested in participating, please contact Professor Daniel Egger (daniel.egger@duke.edu) for more details.

 

Other Courses

To see other Duke Courses that count for technical electives in the Master of Engineering Management Program, please visit the MEMP/MEng Resources Sakai page. You will need to go to sakai.duke.edu and login. You will then need to click on Membership on the left hand side, then click on Joinable Sites at the top of the page under "My Workspace: Membership". Then search for MEMP/MEng Resources. You will then click join and have access to the site. To access the site, click on My Current Sites and MEMP/MEng Resources should be listed there. A list of the courses that will count as technical electives is listed under Resources -> MEM Academic Info -> MEMP Approved/Rejected Technical Electives

 

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Staci Thornton
Academic Coordinator
Professionals Masters Programs
Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University
919-684-3905 (office) 
919-668-2888 (fax) 
staci.thornton@duke.edu