Duke's Distributed Master of Engineering Management Program (d-MEMP) is an innovative distance option for early-career working professionals seeking an engineering management degree in a challenging yet personalized environment. d-MEMP provides students the opportunity to pursue a prestigious degree program while maintaining their professional career track. This unique learning method integrates the flexibility of class scheduling and remote classroom participation with cohort centric residencies promoting immersion in campus life, seminars, and workshops.
d-MEMP is designed for highly motivated individuals able to work independently as well as engage in learning opportunities that integrate with fellow distance students, residential MEM students, and faculty. d-MEMP requires personal organization and focus to perform at the utmost excellence in both work and educational arenas simultaneously.
Our student population hail from a broad range of disciplines and have between two to five years experience in industries that span construction management, health and medicine, information technology, consulting, finance, and more. Cohort groups for d-MEMP are intimate, offering a unique learning core with personalized attention. The network of working professionals in each class promotes personal and professional relationships that extend beyond the graduate program.
Our staff is committed to supporting d-MEMP students throughout their course of study. We work closely with each student to provide guidance in meeting challenges inherent in balancing the demands of graduate work with career and family responsibilities. We encourage all students to discuss personal programming challenges so that we may provide options to ensure a successful and meaningful experience.
Duke University is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, one of the primary regional accreditation organizations in the United States.
International applicants must submit results from the TOEFL.