Duke Engineering master's students

Become the cyber-savvy engineer society needs

In three to five semesters, you can earn a Duke master's degree that gives you the advanced knowledge and skills to become a leader in securing computerized systems.

This new graduate engineering program is taught online or on-campus by expert Duke faculty.

Online students participate in intensive professional development residencies on the Duke campus, which position them for leadership in industry and beyond.

Take the first step

The GRE is optional for 2023 applications.

   10 Courses

  • 2 Business Courses
  • 3 Technical Core Courses
  • 5 Cybersecurity Elective Courses

   2 Elective Tracks

  • Technology
  • Technology Management

   Online: 3 Campus Residencies

  • Build relationships at Duke
  • Hear from industry leaders

   Internship or Project

  • Apply what you learn outside the classroom

Do More with Duke Engineering

Get started here—sign up for timely information on upcoming Pratt School of Engineering events, deadlines, and tips on applying