Our Master of Science in Engineering Management program offers students the opportunity to tailor a program to their individual needs and goals, while developing the skills they need to advance their careers in today’s fast-paced, ultra-competitive environment.
Many Hopkins Engineering students opt to pursue a master’s in engineering management as part of our Combined Bachelor’s/Master’s program. Students have the opportunity to draw from the Whiting School of Engineering’s unrivaled depth of expertise in engineering education and research, paired with a wide selection of robust academic offerings in management and leadership through our esteemed Center for Leadership Education.
Working professionals who wish to pursue a Master of Engineering Management part-time may choose the Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) program. All students in the Engineering Management program are admitted to a specific concentration from the following list: Applied and Computational Mathematics; Applied Biomedical Engineering; Applied Physics; Communications, Controls, and Signal Processing; Computer Engineering; Computer Science; Cybersecurity; Geotechnical Engineering; Information Systems Engineering; Materials Science and Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Optics and Photonics; RF and Microwave Engineering; or Structural Engineering.