detail of Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Chicago


A Duke civil and environmental engineering education allows you to explore your own interests and develop a deep set of skills. It also opens doors to a broad range of careers; many of our alumni go on to earn advanced degrees or work in architecture and design, environmental and global health, or finance, among many other industries.

Kimberly Novick

"What I really had a passion for was mathematics and coding, and solving puzzles that no one has ever solved before— using the tools at my disposal to extrapolate meaning from a set of knowns and unknowns."

Kimberly Novick
Associate Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University

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Shane McCormick

"You might recognize the work we’ve done on major sports stadiums around the country, including the stadium for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Coors Field, in Denver."

Shane Mccormick
President, Martin|Martin

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