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Master's Study at Duke CEE

A typical Duke CEE master's scholarship ranges $20,000-$30,000

At Duke CEE, you will be part of a highly regarded program that is ranked among the very best. Studying for a master's degree at Duke prepares you for leadership in industry or future doctoral studies.

Benefits for Master's Students

  • Significant scholarship support for competitive applicants—typically, $20,000-$30,000
  • Flexible curriculum, with choices of concentration
  • Interdisciplinary training in engineering, science and management
  • Project-based courses that translate research into experiential learning
  • Dedicated career services, coupled with an industry advisory board and global Duke alumni network

Scholarships

Significant support for competitive applicants. Typical scholarships range

$20,000-$30,000

Degree programs

Master of Science (MS) in Civil & Environmental Engineering

  • An advanced engineering degree, comprising technical coursework and a thesis or project
  • 1 to 2 years to earn
  • Excellent foundation for a career in research or technology development

Choose a study track:

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Master of Engineering (MEng) in Civil Engineering

  • A career-focused degree, that includes strong technical and business coursework
  • Concludes with a required industry internship
  • Emphasizes business and management skills

Choose a concentration area:

  • Computational Engineering
  • Systems Engineering and Optimization
  • Geo-Systems

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Master of Engineering (MEng) in Environmental Engineering

  • A career-focused degree that includes technical and business coursework
  • Concludes with a required industry internship
  • Draws on faculty from both Duke's Pratt School of Engineering and its Nicholas School of the Environment

Pick a specialization:

  • Ecohydrology and Environmental Fluid Dynamics
  • Environmental Process Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering and Public Policy

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Master of Engineering (MEng) in Risk Engineering

  • A career-focused degree that includes technical and business coursework
  • Concludes with a required industry internship
  • Focuses on skills in engineering and statistical decision theory

Prepare for a career in:

  • Insurance risk assessment
  • Engineering consulting
  • Infrastructure analysis

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Master of Engineering (MEng) in Computational Mechanics & Scientific Computing

  • A career-focused degree that includes technical and business coursework
  • Concludes with a required industry internship
  • Focuses on computational algorithms for model-based simulation and design

Prepare for a career in:

  • Additive manufacturing
  • Engineering mechanics
  • Engineering consulting

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