October 2014

Greg Coultas been chosen to be the next Graduate Student President of the Medical Engineering Interest Group (MEIG). MEIG is a group that aims to stimulate collaboration and interest in medical design and technology among Duke School of Medicine and Biomedical Engineering students.

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You’ve got the career vision and a great foundation—now you need the advanced knowledge, skills and experience to make your vision a reality. The Duke Master of Engineering program will deepen your understanding of technology and help you develop the business leadership and management expertise you need to succeed in your career. Duke's M.Eng. Program will sharpen your critical thinking and communications skills, and make you competitive in today’s high tech fields.

Disciplines and Concentrations

In the Master of Engineering program, you will take specialized technical classes with a core of business leadership and management courses. A required internship or a project completes the degree. Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering offers seven Master of Engineering degrees in various areas of technology concentration—areas where we are leading the field—and you have the opportunity to pick the path that suits your particular interests. Review our degree options listed in the menu to the right.

Next Steps

Access our online application, learn more about the admissions process and timelines, and review the admissions requirements using the menu to the right. Duke undergraduates should explore our 4+1 option.

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