Professionalism and the 5 Principles

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At the core of the curriculum for Duke’s Master of Engineering Management Distance Program (dMEMP) are Professionalism and the Five Principles

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

These core concepts are reinforced throughout our master's degree program.

Jeffrey Glass"Professionalism and the Five Principles represent the professional behaviors which will help make our graduates successful—both in the workplace and in life."

Jeffrey Glass
Hogg Family Director of Engineering Management and Entrepreneurship

PROFESSIONALISM and the 5 Principles

Professionalism

Competence and skill expected from a professional

Communication

Ability to communicate ideas effectively

Teamwork

Lead and contribute to high-performing groups

Critical Thinking

Solving complex problems

Ethics

Tackling ethical issues in technology

Humanness

Valuing people and creating value for people