Energy Engineering Program

Energy poses some of the greatest challenges of our time--from meeting growing demand to minimizing environmental impact of energy production.

Duke's Minor in Energy Engineering prepares future leaders to solve these problems. Launched in 2013, the program offers Pratt BSE candidates rigorous exposure to fundamentals of energy engineering.

Graduates will be well-prepared for careers focused on engineering solutions to energy-related issues, including energy generation, delivery, conversion and efficiency.

Energy Engineering News
Energy provides humanity with immeasurable benefits and promise, allowing people all over the world...
Energy Engineering News
Bacteria that eat methane and turn themselves into cattle feed. A solar-powered pressure cooker...
Energy Engineering News
Olivier Delaire, a scientist probing the atomic phenomena underlying the physical characteristics...
Energy Engineering News
Researchers, policymakers, environmental managers and other stakeholders gathered at Duke Kunshan...
Energy Engineering News
Materials melt faster when the lines of heat spread through the cold material like the branches of...
Energy Engineering News
Researchers from disparate corners of Duke University are joining forces to peer into the most...
Energy Engineering News
Pratt’s at a pinnacle as Tom Katsouleas steps down as deanIt’s not every dean who knows how to surf...
Energy Engineering News
Commencement season brought evidence of the continual and growing demand for undergraduate energy...
Energy Engineering News
It’s hard to figure out which way the wind blows. It’s full of random fluctuations, changes of...
Energy Engineering News
Michael Lynch, an expert in genetic engineering and using microbes to produce useful chemicals, has...