Professionalism and the 5 Principles
At the core of Duke’s Master of Engineering Management curriculum are Professionalism and the Five Principles
Taken together, these are areas where Duke Master of Engineering Management 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.
"Professionalism and the Five Principles represent the professional behaviors which will help make our graduates successful—both in the workplace and in life."
Hogg Family Director of Engineering Management and Entrepreneurship
Competence and skill expected from a professional
Ability to communicate ideas effectively
Lead and contribute to high-performing groups
Solving complex problems
Tackling ethical issues in technology
Valuing people and creating value for people
The Duke Master of Engineering Management Online program (Duke MEM Online) was previously known as the Distributed Master of Engineering Management program (d-MEMP).