Master's Career Outcomes

Master's study in ECE at Duke prepares students to work with some of the world's most important tech companies and to develop their own entrepreneurial ideas.

Employers of Recent Master's Graduates Include:

  • Airbnb
  • Amazon
  • Apple
  • Cisco
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • IBM
  • Intel
  • Microsoft
  • NVIDIA

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS

Duke’s Electrical and Computer Engineering master's programs prepare graduates for a variety of careers in industry. The programs' Career Services team supports students within each degree in both internship and job search, including major-specific resources, career management skills, building professional relationships, and exploring opportunities with top organizations. 

ECE Employment Chart 2018

85% of master's graduates from May 2017 and December 2016 who actively pursued employment found employment within six months of graduation.

TOTAL ANNUAL SALARY FOR PROGRAM GRADUATES

  • Number of Graduates: 45
  • Average: $109,100
  • 25th Percentile: $100,000
  • 75th Percentile: $117,500

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FOR OUR LATEST GRADUATES

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Meet Our Graduates

Olympios PetrakisOlympios Petrakis

Software Engineer at NetApp
Master of Science (MS), 2018

 

Wankun ZhuWankun Zhu

Software Engineer at Google
Master of Science (MS), 2016

 

John McCroneJohn McCrone

Software Engineer at IBM
Master of Science (MS), 2015

 

Jonathan BuieJonathan Buie

Software Engineer at Intel
Master of Science (MS), 2017

 

Karl TaoKarl Tao

ASIC/IP Design Engineer at Apple Inc.
Master of Science (MS), 2015