Pursue Your Passion: Full-time, Part-time, and Online

Addressing tomorrow’s challenges will require experienced leaders who possess deep skills, broad knowledge, and a thirst for discovery.

Whether you are a full-time doctoral or master’s student on the Homewood campus or a practicing engineer, enrolled in an online master’s program, you will draw upon the renowned resources of Johns Hopkins University, be mentored by faculty who are defining their fields, and will be immersed in a culture of collaboration, where you can contribute to cutting-edge research.

At Johns Hopkins, you will work side-by-side with and learn from industry leaders, clinicians at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and experts from JHU’s Applied Physics Laboratory, pursue entrepreneurial ventures, and gain skills and knowledge that give you a competitive edge.

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Full-time Graduate Programs

Whether attending a lecture on the Homewood campus, working in a laboratory at the acclaimed Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, or enjoying the vibrancy of Baltimore, our full-time graduate students have access to faculty, research opportunities, and resources unrivaled among our peer institutions.

Part-time and Online Master’s Programs

Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals offers working engineers flexible options to enhance and grow their careers. Whether your goal is professional advancement or launching an entrepreneurial venture, our rigorous, relevant coursework will prepare you for success.


Offered through Engineering for Professionals, Home-to-Hopkins allows you to jump-start your master's coursework from anywhere in the world, then shift to on-campus studies at Johns Hopkins University. Spend year one learning from home and year two on campus in Baltimore. It's a new transformative way to earn your master's degree.

Doctor of Engineering

Designed for working engineers and scientists, the Doctorate of Engineering takes the form of a research collaboration between a student’s employer and the Whiting School of Engineering.

The coolest thing my experience taught me is that it is possible to find and solve really interesting problems in elegant ways that bridge the academia-industry divide.

Arun Nair wearing a gray suit and speaking on a podium. Arun Nair PhD candidate, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering