Master of Engineering
The Duke Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) is an alternative to a traditional master of science program and will deepen your understanding of technology and help you develop the business leadership and management expertise you need to succeed in your career. In the Master of Engineering program, you will take specialized technical classes and a core of business leadership and management courses. A required internship or a project completes the degree.
NOTE: Admission to the Master of Engineering program is managed by the Pratt School of Engineering. Apply at http://meng.pratt.duke.edu.
Highlights of M.Eng.:
- 18 to 24 months to complete the program
- Non-thesis program designed to help you succeed in industry
- Training with a real-world focus
- Takes advantage of a top research institution and puts you at the forefront of your field of choice
- Gives you the business foundation you need
- 4+1 option for Duke Engineering Undergraduates
Is M.Eng. right for me? Compare options and find Out.
M.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering
M.Eng. students will complete the Core Industry Preparatory Courses and Internship, Departmental Requirements, and will choose specialization requirements of four courses from the following areas of concentration:
- Mechanics: Biomechanics
- Mechanics: Computational Mechanics
- Mechanics: Dynamics
- Mechanics: Vibrations
- Intelligent Systems
- Fluid Mechanics
M.Eng. in Materials Science and Engineering
M.Eng. students take the Core Industry Preparatory Courses and an Internship, two specialization courses on or above the 200 level, and can select core curriculum courses from at least three of the following four cores:
- Solid Materials
- Soft Materials
- Polymeric Materials