Our Master’s programs combine fundamental training with real-world experience. Build your knowledge base with coursework in systems, mechanics, structures, computational methods, and uncertainty quantification. Apply that knowledge in our externship program while you network with professional engineers and gain valuable experience with your dream employer.
Need more reasons to join the Department of Civil and Systems Engineering (CaSE) at Hopkins? We are a small department with world-class faculty. Our graduates consistently become leaders in their field.
Below, you’ll find links to access program details and application information. We hope to hear from you soon!
Full-time Degree Options
CaSE currently offers two MSE degree options: an MSE in Civil Engineering and an MSE in Systems Engineering. We are actively seeking top students and generous tuition scholarships are available.
MSE - Civil Engineering
Focuses on mechanics of materials, probabilistic methods, fire engineering, earthquake engineering, infrastructure design resilience.
MSE - Systems Engineering
Focuses on network modeling, mathematical modeling, optimization, analysis of complex infrastructure systems, public health, urban resilience.
Part-time Degree Options
MCE in Civil Engineering
Run through Johns Hopkins' Engineering for Professionals division, the MCE in Civil Engineering is designed specifically for working professionals and features practice-oriented courses in small classes taught by industry experts.