The core of Duke Engineering Management consists of four engineering management courses developed in conjunction with the Duke Law School and Duke's Fuqua School of Business.
A required internship accompanied by a written project summary and oral presentation insures students have work experience, while four graduate level technical courses of the student's choosing serve to extend the student's science and engineering background.
To complete Duke's master's degree in Engineering Management, complete 30 credits:
- Four core management courses (12 credits)
- Four technical elective courses (12 credits)
- Seminar & Workshop Series (two semesters, 0 credits)
- Internship, written project summary, oral presentation (6 credits)
The program can be completed in as little as one year, though students may extend the program to meet their needs. The internship is typically completed during the summer either before or after beginning the program.
|Summer||Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Internship||EGRMGMT 530 Finance||EGRMGMT 540 Management|
|EGRMGMT 510 Marketing||EGRMGMT 520 IP, Bus. Law & Entrepreneurship|
|Technical Elective 1||Technical Elective 3|
|Technical Elective 2||Technical Elective 4|
|EGRMGMT 501 MEM Seminar and Workshop Series||EGRMGMT 501 MEM Seminar and Workshop Series|
Duke's official schedule of courses to be offered in summer, fall, and spring terms is available online.
The Duke Master of Engineering Management Program follows Duke's academic calendar, though our orientation will not be listed on this site.
Other Duke Graduate Students
Duke graduate and professional students not enrolled in the Duke Master of Engineering Management Program may register for some Engineering Management courses (i.e., courses designated with EGRMGMT course numbers, including core courses and technical electives) on a space-available basis and with permission of the instructor. Learn more »