Graduate Programs

Sangrok Lee, an ECE doctoral graduate, went on to found his own company.
As a highly qualified scholar, you are undoubtedly considering many opportunities for your graduate education. The faculty in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) in the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University are conducting cutting-edge research, and we are looking for the very best graduate students worldwide to collaborate with us in our research. We offer stimulating, challenging and extremely rewarding graduate programs at Duke.

The ECE department offers a PhD, a Master of Science (courses only, project, or thesis), and an industry-focused Master of Engineering degree. Duke has strength and depth in selected areas of research, and our relatively small size enables us to provide students with the opportunity to receive individualized faculty mentoring throughout their graduate studies.

Why Choose Duke ECE?

Our students work in a supportive, close-knit community and have ample opportunities to:

Although the focus of your graduate education will be on academics, the value of opportunities beyond your topic of study is also important. Our graduate students regularly participate in athletic, social, entrepreneurship, religious and community service activities sponsored by organizations within and outside the university. In short, the Triangle region of North Carolina is a great place to live, work and play.

See more reasons why you should choose Duke Engineering.

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