Take on Tomorrow’s Challenges
The world moves fast. Our engineering master’s programs move even faster. With an eye on emerging trends and industry needs, our flexible degree programs equip and inspire engineers who shape the future. Accelerate your career at Duke.
Specialties That Will Shape the Future
With a Duke master’s degree, you’ll launch into the world with the know-how and sense of purpose you need to create innovative solutions to serious challenges faced by real people.
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Diversity Makes Better Engineers
An optimist sees the glass as half full. A pessimist? Half empty. An engineer sees a glass that’s twice as big as it needs to be. Point is, engineers see things differently. Duke engineers see things very differently. Why use glass at all? Can we create a more efficient material? Ooh, should we include a water quality sensor? Here, we value different backgrounds and ways of thinking—because new approaches generate new solutions.Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion
Bright Horizons EdAssist Partnership
We’re proud to partner with Bright Horizons EdAssist Solutions. Eligible students who use this benefit:
- Pay no application fee, and
- Receive a scholarship
Durham and Beyond
Location. Location. Location.
At the north vertex of North Carolina’s famed Research Triangle, the city of Durham is essential to the Duke Engineering experience. Among our neighbors are hundreds of startups and standard bearers across industries both private and public, quickly growing and evolving the city’s communities and skyline.
It doesn’t take an advanced degree to see why Durham is the #3 best place to live in America according to U.S. News and World Report, but come get one here anyway.
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