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Become the cyber-savvy engineer that society needs

From major public infrastructure to the personal smart watch, computing capability is embedded everywhere—and is vulnerable to attack. Through Duke, you’ll learn advanced knowledge and skills and gain experience to become a leader in securing these systems. The Duke Cybersecurity Master of Engineering will also help you develop business leadership and management skills —making you competitive in this fast-growing high tech field.

No Application Fee — Classes Start Fall 2021


Where are STEM jobs? North Carolina's Charlotte is No. 1 and Raleigh No. 5 in New Index

Cities near Duke shot to the top of the RCLCO Real Estate Investors 2020 STEM Job Growth Index.

Duke Launches Master’s Program in Cybersecurity

Starting in Fall 2021, the new degree will train the ‘cyber-savvy’ engineers needed to protect humanity’s digital infrastructure

At a Glance

Study Online or On-Campus

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  • 30 credits—10 courses
  • Campus: 3 workshop series
  • Online: 3 on-campus residencies
  • Internship or project

More details

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3-5 semesters

to complete, on-campus or online

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2 elective

to customize your degree

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1 internship or project

provides hands-on experience

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nearly 90%

of our master's grads find employment or further education within 6 months of graduation