Campus Program

In as little as one year, earn a Duke master's degree that expands technical depth and increases your business knowledge

Our campus-based Master of Engineering Management offers you maximum flexibility and variety to suit your interests:


Our Learning Culture

Professionalism and the Five Principles

These form the core of Duke’s Master of Engineering Management learning culture:

  • Professionalism and the Five Principles graphicProfessionalism
  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Critical Thinking
  • Ethics
  • Humanness

Taken together, these are areas where Duke Master of Engineering Management faculty and staff want to create core competency and a shared view, and to deliver a common teaching experience to our students.

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Our Goal: Train Tech Industry Leaders

We provide to a select group of high-potential students with science and engineering backgrounds an engineering management curriculum that is:

  • Personal
  • State of the art
  • Applied

Personal

State of the Art

  • Interdisciplinary: Integration of business, law, and engineering with the support of the Fuqua School of Business and the Duke School of Law.
  • Workshops: Regularly scheduled workshops on topics such as presentation delivery and writing skills allow students to further develop marketable business knowledge in a personalized, interactive environment.

Applied

  • Team-based Learning: Students work together to develop solutions that could not have been attained individually.
  • Case Study Method: Cases place students in a complex business situation where they must analyze a variety of options and propose a course of action based on the concepts that have been taught.
  • Seminars: Seminars offer students the opportunity to interact with top industry leaders and are designed to expose students to different aspects of business and industry.

Notes

* Fuqua School of Business courses are offered on a space-available basis with instructor consent. Fuqua courses are offered in six-week terms rather than semesters, and Master of Engineering Management students are limited to one (1) Fuqua course per term, two per semester. Fuqua courses require a separate registration process from that of engineering courses.


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.