Nearly 70 percent of Duke Engineering undergraduates pursue research experiences with faculty
These programs offer undergrads research opportunities while earning credit:
Three semesters of independent undergraduate engineering study, plus summer research.
Focused investigation on a selected Grand Challenge—including courses outside of engineering, entrepreneurship opportunities, and both global- and service-learning.
Interdisciplinary university research teams—usually two semesters; some have a summer session.
Undergraduate students can conduct intensive, hands-on research for academic credit by taking independent study courses.
Independent study can qualify you for Graduation with Departmental Distinction. And, with some planning, these courses can be a part of several of our signature research programs described below. (See department courses: BME, CEE, ECE, MEMS).
Independent Study + You Pick the Faculty
If you even want more flexibility for your independent study, explore the research interests of Duke Engineering's faculty. With the right match of interests, you can work with faculty from any department—to just faculty from your department or major.
FACULTY PROFILES AND RESEARCH LINKS
- Biomedical Engineering (BME)
- Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE)
- Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
- Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (MEMS)
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