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Duke Engineering Graduate Programs

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Postgraduate Overview

Whether you're preparing for a career in academia, industry or government, you can find a graduate degree program to help you achieve your goals at Duke Engineering. Our graduate degree programs include:

Master of Engineering Management (MEM)

The MEM program is a management-track degree with 4 business courses, 4 technical electives, and workshops and seminars series. Our campus students gain real-world experience through an internship while our online students attend short on-campus residencies and complete a capstone project. Program delivery options include:

Master of Engineering

The MEng program is an industry-focused degree with 8 technical courses, 2 business courses, and an internship, project, or equivalent. Disciplines include:

Master of Science (MS)

The MS is a flexible engineering degree comprised of technical coursework and a thesis or project. This degree is the option to pursue if you would like to complete a thesis. Disciplines include:

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

The PhD is a highly focused, long-term research degree comprised of technical coursework, teaching assistant experience, and dissertation. 

Graduate Certificates 

Stand-alone certificates can be earned independent of a graduate degree program and offers credit-based online learning for working professionals. 

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