Our commitment to discovery and to making a difference in the world defines our graduate programs.

A graduate degree from Hopkins Engineering prepares you for professional success no matter what career you choose—from launching your own startup to leadership in industry, academia, or the public sector.

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Master’s and PhD Programs: Full-Time, Residential

Our full-time degree options include master’s and doctoral programs in each of our academic departments, as well as professional master’s programs in areas including information security, financial mathematics, engineering management, and human language technology.

Master’s and Certificate Programs: Part-Time and Online

With more than 20 degree and certificate offerings, our Engineering for Professionals programs are taught by practicing engineers, whose teaching is informed by their expertise and knowledge of their fields’ most current practices and applications.

Doctor of Engineering Program

The DEng program provides professional engineers with the advanced technical expertise they need to succeed in industry and the public sector, and emphasizes creative problem solving and the innovative application of technical knowledge.

Funding Your Graduate Education

Learn more about fellowships, grants, financial aid, and other support for your graduate education.

Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative

The Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative (VTSI) is an endowed fellowship program at Johns Hopkins for PhD students in STEM fields. It provides full tuition, stipend, and benefits while also providing targeted mentoring, networking, community, and professional development opportunities. Students who have attended a historically black college and university (HBCU) or other minority serving institution (MSI) for undergraduate study are eligible to apply.

If you are interested in the medical robotics field, I would say that Hopkins can’t be beat.

Jeremy Brown John C. Malone Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering