Hands-on. Collaborative. interdisciplinary.

Our undergraduate programs invite students to discover the “great problems,” encourage them to innovate to develop groundbreaking solutions, and inspire them to lead ethically and to think critically and creatively.

Whether you wish to start your own venture, manage projects and lead teams, design and manage a marketing campaign, or begin a career in finance, you will find at CLE programs to assist you in the transition from the academic to the professional world.

Open to all students on the Homewood campus (WSE and KSAS), as well as students from the Peabody Institute, our programs can help make you a more desirable candidate in the job market and provide you with the knowledge and connections you need to start your own venture, succeed in graduate school, and advance quickly into positions of leadership.

CLE Undergraduate Programs

Minor Programs

CLE offers four minor programs designed to provide you with a foundation in enterprise, finance, and communications. Enhance your major course of study with a minor in accounting and financial management, entrepreneurship and management, leadership studies, or marketing and communications.

A. James Clark Scholars Program

The A. James Clark Scholars Program at Johns Hopkins University is home to over 30 engineering students interested in innovation, leadership, and community service.

Multidisciplinary Design Program

In Multidisciplinary Design courses, teams of students with a variety of academic backgrounds practice a user-centered design thinking process, develop and test prototypes, and present a final solution to their project partners.

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.

My experiences with CLE have been foundational in my pursuing a career in finance and consulting as an engineering student.

students portrait Jake Kim (B.S. ‘18)