The Office of Engineering Graduate Admissions is actively monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. This crisis does not impact how the Whiting School evaluates applicants. We will continue to review applications and proceed with offers of admission as usual.
Please contact your graduate program of interest with any specific questions about the program, your application, and/or John Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering. For all other admissions questions or concerns, please contact Graduate Admissions at WSEGrad-Admissions@jhu.edu.
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As the nation’s first research university, Johns Hopkins University is committed to the creation of knowledge and has a proud history of graduate education. Alumni of our graduate programs include award-winning novelists, pioneering engineers, major museum curators, cutting edge scientists, and even a U.S. president.
Historically, our tradition of graduate education preceded undergraduate education at Johns Hopkins, and we continue to be the standard-bearer. We remain committed to educating the next generation of scholars, fostering the professional, intellectual, and research skills they need for success in any professional domain—from academia and government to industry.
If you look at the menu on the right you will find links to specific departments within the Whiting School of Engineering, as well as FAQs, application requirements, and financial information. I invite you to explore our array of full-time master’s and doctoral programs and to learn about the unique opportunities and experiences that can be available to you at Johns Hopkins.
Vice Dean for Graduate Education
Whiting School of Engineering