Duke engineering management students

Master of Engineering Management On-Campus Program

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

Duke's on-campus Master of Engineering Management offers a curriculum with maximum flexibility and variety to suit your interests:

How to Apply

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Our Goal: to Train Industry Leaders

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


State of the Art

  • Interdisciplinary: Business, law and engineering are integrated, with the support of Fuqua School of Business* and Duke School of Law
  • Workshops: Regularly scheduled, with high-demand topics that will help you develop marketable business knowledge


  • Team-Based Learning: Students work together to develop solutions that could not have been attained individually
  • Case Study Method: Students are placed in a complex business situation where they must analyze options and propose a course of action
  • Seminars: Interact with top industry leaders and gain exposure to a variety of aspects of business and industry

Class Profile


  • Applicants/Admitted/Enrolled: 732/296/115
  • Average Age: 24
  • Entering with Work Experience: 38% (average 2.5 years)
  • Women: 41%

Scores (25-75% Range)

  • GRE Verbal: 151-157
  • GRE Quantitative: 160-168
  • GRE Analytical Writing: 3.5-4.0
  • TOEFL: 101-109
  • Grade Point Average: 3.2-3.7

Student Distribution by Undergraduate Major

Students by Undergraduate Major

Countries Represented

Countries Represented by MEM Students

Canada Chile China France Ghana India
Japan New Zealand Panama Peru Saudi Arabia Turkey
United States of America          


* 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 engineering courses.

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