In today's world, mechanical engineers hold leadership positions roles in many industries, including aerospace, biomechanical and biomedical engineering, construction, electronics, national defense, power generation, and transportation.
Duke's mechanical engineering program provides a fundamental grounding in mathematics and basic sciences, applications in several engineering sciences and team-based experience in the process of design.
At Duke MEMS, you'll find wide flexibility to pursue your broader interests. Plus, at graduation, in addition to gaining rigorous training in engineering, you'll understand the social, ethical, environmental and economic factors—in a global context.
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