MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Home to the metamaterials research that led to the world's first demonstrated invisibility cloak, optics research making gigapixel cameras a reality, and handheld microfluidics device research, Duke’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is a place where electronics meets application. Our research is reflected in our courses, educating you at the leading edge of the field. From medical diagnostics and imaging to quantum computing to nanoscale devices, the Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering is an opportunity for you to get a jump on your competition.
|Review the MEng ECE curriculum|
- Micro-Nano Systems
- Computer Engineering
- Sensing and Waves
- Signal Processing and Communications
Although research is not a required part of the MEng curriculum, departmental research influences the intellectual conversation in the classroom. The breadth of scientific research at Duke’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is your ticket to understanding some of the newest breakthroughs in the field. Some of our current cutting-edge research includes the following: