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Focus this Summer on Emerging Technologies and Innovation

Duke Engineering's online short courses are designed especially for working professionals. Registration will open soon for summer 2021.

Each 12-hour course is completed in just one week. You'll gain practical knowledge on in-demand topics from Duke faculty experts and participants receive a certificate of completion from Duke University. The immersive virtual experience is 100% online.

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No prerequisite technical knowledge required.

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One Week—100% Online

Duke Engineering's online short-courses are well-suited to a wide range of industries and organizational roles. There are no pre-requisites.

Each course comes with 12 hours of live, interactive sessions. Courses meet online four times, 7:00-10:00 p.m. ET (UTC -4:00)

Our students also receive:

  • Pre-course preparation materials—videos and readings
  • A secure online portal to facilitate class discussion and student networking
  • Continuing access for future reference to all course materials
  • A Certificate of Completion from Duke University

 AI Product Management

June 7-10, 2021

Merges theory with practical info on how and when AI can be applied to improve or create products.

  • Machine Learning to solve problems
  • Measuring performance
  • Organizing ML projects
  • Real-world case studies
Instructor

Jon ReifschneiderJon Reifschneider
Director of Master's Studies, AI for Product Innovation

 

 Blockchain & Cryptocurrency

June 21-24, 2021

Offers backgrounding and a hands-on experience with the tech that is revolutionizing finance.

  • How Blockchain works
  • Hands-on experience
  • Stores of value
  • Outlook for decentralized finance
Instructor

Jimmie LenzJimmie Lenz
Director of Master's Studies, Financial Technology

 

 Design Thinking & Innovation

August 16-19, 2021

Provides a development process that students can use to start innovating at their organization right away.

  • Design Thinking principles
  • Problem definition
  • Prototyping & testing
  • Driving organizational change
Instructors
Kathie Amato

Kathie Amato
Senior Lecturing Fellow in Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Gregg Twiss

Greg Twiss
Adjunct Associate Professor of Engineering

Drew Hilton

"Duke Engineering's short courses are perfect for working professionals who want a foundation of knowledge in emerging, critical technologies. "

Drew Hilton
Associate Professor of the Practice of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Student Cost:
$1,249 per course

Duke graduates pay $999 per course (20% off), while seats remain. Request a discount code »

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Registration and tuition is processed through Duke Continuing Studies