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Become a leader
and driver of innovation

Technologies like machine learning and blockchain are driving advances across the financial sector. The Duke Master of Engineering in Financial Technology (FinTech) will prepare you with the technical, financial and management skills to lead the next generation of financial innovation.

Duke FinTech Master of Engineering

Announcements

Duke in DC Virtual Event

Banking in the Digital Age: Developing Smart Policy Around Innovation in Financial Services

The virtual discussion between Jimmie Lenz, director of the Master of Engineering in FinTech and the Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity at the Duke Pratt School of Engineering and Sultan Meghji, Chief Innovation Officer at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Office of Innovation on innovation and the future of banking

Date: December 9
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM 

For more information and to RSVP click here

Study Online or On-Campus

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  • 30 credits—10 courses
  • Study online or on-campus
  • Business courses and internship
  • Complete in 3 to 5 semesters

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Is Duke's FinTech Master's Right for You?

Consider applying if you are an:

Engineering, computer science, physics, math, statistics 
or econometrics graduate

  • Of an accredited institution who wants to create solutions that automate transactions, create revenue, strengthen security and add value

Economics or business graduate 

  • Who wants to learn about emerging technologies in the finance space

Ambitious working professional 

  • Looking for an online degree that will advance your career trajectory

Undergraduate at Duke

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3 semesters

to complete full-time, or 5 semesters online

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7 Technical Courses

provide in-demand knowledge and skills

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2 business courses

develop leadership and management skills

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1 capstone project

builds your real-world work portfolio