Johns Hopkins University is the nation’s leading research institution, and as an undergraduate in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, you will benefit from having access to JHU’s resources and breadth of expertise, receive an education of the highest quality, have unrivaled opportunities to conduct research beginning in your first year, and be welcomed to a community that shares your passion for learning and discovery.

We focus on providing a firm academic foundation in the fundamentals, which is combined with hands-on learning opportunities, design projects, a focus on professional preparation and networking, and the chance to take part in extracurricular activities.

We’re looking for students who are driven, engaged with the world, and passionate about discovery and problem-solving and encourage you to learn more about us.

Undergraduate admissions

Learn about the undergraduate experience and the admissions/application process

Questions about our undergraduate academic programs?

Malik Johnson

Senior Academic Program Coordinator

ECE is not only applicable to circuit boards and logic gates. The skills and values taught in the ECE program can be applied far beyond the lab.

Brian Linton, ECE undergraduate student

"Meet the Engineer"

During remote learning, a group of Johns Hopkins electrical engineering students created a series of short videos designed to stimulate Baltimore City Schools students’ interest in studying science, technology, engineering, and math topics.