Master of Engineering Management | Duke University
Is Engineering Management Right for Me?
What is Engineering Management?
With the challenges facing humanity on a global level, there is a critical need for companies and organizations to employ people who can integrate technological skill with business acumen to solve these difficult problems.
Master of Engineering Management graduates can fill these roles.
Duke Engineering Management: Four graduate-level technical courses of your choosing extend your science and engineering background, management courses add business depth, and a required internship provides real-world work experience.
Engineering Management is right for you if you are:
- A person with a science or engineering background
- Interested in gaining business, product management, and entrepreneurial skills
- Focused on a leadership career
Our Learning Culture
Professionalism and the 5 Principles
These principles create a core competency and a shared view, which faculty and staff deliver through a common student experience.
The MEMP Consortium
Duke is a founding member of the Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC), a small group of highly recognized, graduate-level university programs in engineering management.
The Master of Engineering Management Program Development Committee (MEMPDC) is a student-run organization that works with administrators to plan activities, coordinate recruitment events, and enhance industry relations.