Master’s Program

High-Caliber Students

Master's student Sara Kouroupis is the recipient of the 2015 Alton B. Zerby and Carl T. Koerner Outstanding Student Award from IEEE.

Foundation for Success

Ekovolt, a startup founded by Emeka Ebo (MS '03), partnered with Microsoft to deliver affordable internet access and cloud computing services to underserved communities.

Research Recognition

Kwabena Boahen '89 was elected as an IEEE Fellow for his contributions to system design for neuromorphic chips.

Electrical and Computer Engineering is a research-centered department that understands the industry demands for a broad skill set and innovative research and design. Courses are not strictly textbook based. Faculty in the department know the subjects taught and research intimately and are deeply involved. They often craft their courses to reflect the latest available knowledge and techniques, which ensures students are adequately equipped to face a changing field.

We offer a comprehensive and flexible Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) degree program that includes courses from several areas of Electrical and Computer Engineering. In addition, we offer the following specialized MSE focus areas:

We also have a new option called the Human Language Technology Masters-Level Concentration.

Regardless of which option you choose, an advanced degree from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Johns Hopkins University will significantly enhance your career possibilities. Our graduates are always in high demand. The requirements for the MSE degree can be found in the online university catalog.

Please visit our Graduate Admissions Information page for information about available graduate degrees and the application process.

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