The Duke Master of Engineering Management Program prepares its students for a wide variety of careers.

The breadth of knowledge acquired from the program's curriculum creates well rounded business-savvy engineers who are ready to take on the business challenges of any industry in a global world. Working with our dedicated Career Services team, students have received offers from diverse companies across industries and internationally.


92% of Duke Engineering Management graduates from May 2018, September 2018, and December 2018 found employment or a post-graduate internship within six months of graduation.

You may view our latest employment outcomes through our Data Visualization on Tableau:


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Employment by Location

  All Students
Employed within the US 90% 89%
Employed Internationally 10% 11%

To see positions, organizations, and specific locations, view our Data Visualization tool below.

Total Annual Salary for Program Graduates

  • Number of Graduates: 128
  • Average: $83,000
  • 25th Percentile: $70,500
  • 75th Percentile: $90,000
Salary is based on US roles only.

Employment Distribution by Job Function

2018 Employment by Job Function


How Students Obtained Employment

2018 How Students Obtained Employment

More Data

View several years of employment data for this and other engineering graduate programs at Duke »

MEMP Employment Data Visualization

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