Upon completion of degree requirements, students will receive a Duke Master of Engineering degree.
Students are expected to spend their second year at Duke University. While there, they are eligible for Optional Practical Training (OPT) from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Our program offers a series of courses that cover engineering, business, and management. Students are expected to complete two industry preparation classes focusing on industry management and business fundamentals.
Students will be connected to companies within the industry. This access will allow them to identify summer internship opportunities in the appropriate technical positions. Through these internships, students will gain valuable industry knowledge and apply their education to serve the global society.
Our faculty members are recruited from around the world. They have accreditations from top-tier universities and are internationally renowned experts of education and research in their technical fields.
We place great emphasis on technical training in problem-solving skills. Our technical courses involve various projects that are derived from practical applications, which are designed to hone these skills.
In their second year of the program, our students are expected to be on-site at Duke University, with great access to Duke faculty, American culture, the United States professional network, and more.
Students spend their first year in China, where they receive a US-style education in a comfortable, home environment. This allows for a gradual transition between the two cultures, alleviating the stress of culture shock during their second year abroad.