Online Program Extension Options

We work closely with each student to provide guidance in balancing the demands of graduate work with career and family

Our staff is committed to supporting d-MEMP students throughout their course of study.

We encourage all students to discuss personal programming challenges so that we may provide options to ensure a successful and meaningful experience.

We allow d-MEMP students to extend the program on a case-by-case basis.

Below are two examples of scenarios that would allow a student to take more than two years to complete the program. Note that the student must have completed three courses in order to complete the Mid-Program Residency at Duke.

Example Curricula

For Completing d-MEMP in 3 years

  • In this example the student doubles-up on courses in the final year—but this can be completed in any semester
  • Note that not all courses are offered every semester, so the student will need to plan carefully and meet with the d-MEMP advisor
  Fall (September–December) Spring (January–May)
First Year Orientation Residency at Duke (one week)
EGRMGMT 510 Marketing
EGRMGMT 520 IP Law
Second Year EGRMGMT 530 Finance EGRMGMT 540 Management
Third Year Mid-program Residency at Duke (one week)
Focus Area Course
Technical Elective
Focus Area Course
Technical Elective
Capstone Residency at Duke (one week; includes EGRMGMT 550/551)

For Completing d-MEMP in 4 years

  • Note that not all courses are offered every semester, so the student will need to plan carefully and meet with the d-MEMP advisor
  Fall (September–December) Spring (January–May)
First Year Orientation Residency at Duke (one week)
EGRMGMT 510 Marketing
EGRMGMT 520 IP Law
Second Year EGRMGMT 530 Finance EGRMGMT 540 Management
Third Year Mid-program Residency at Duke (one week)
Focus Area Course
Technical Elective
Fourth Year Technical Elective Focus Area Course
Capstone Residency at Duke (one week; includes EGRMGMT 550/551)

working With the Advisor

Students can also work with the d-MEMP advisor to reduce the number of courses they take in a given semester.

View the d-MEMP program overview »