Program Highlights

Minor Programs

CLE offers minor programs in accounting and financial management, entrepreneurship and management, leadership studies, and marketing and communications. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Master of Science in Engineering Management

MSEM offers a cohort-based, hands-on, immersive learning experience comprised of deeper training in a technical concentration alongside coursework in management. MSEM PROGRAM

Professional Communication Program

The Professional Communication Program offers small, immersive courses that help undergraduate and graduate students learn how to become more effective storytellers, researchers, interpreters, writers, and speakers. PCP PROGRAM

Professional Development Program

The Professional Development Program delivers coursework designed to broaden graduate education and develop skills in entrepreneurship, working in and managing teams, communication, and finance, among others. PDP courses are open to all graduate students and postdoctoral fellows at Johns Hopkins University. PDP PROGRAM

Technical Communication Lab

The Technical Communication Lab serves as a resource for all Hopkins undergraduate and graduate students seeking to improve their technical writing, oral communication, and data visualization skills. Part of the Whiting School of Engineering and housed in the Center for Leadership Education, we currently offer both in-person and virtual consultations for presentation practice and ESL skills.

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