Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals is now offering an online option for its Applied Biomedical Engineering program.
“The online program is identical to the face-to-face program, from the modern courses it offers, to the expert Johns Hopkins instructors,” says Eileen Haase, MS ’86, PhD ’91, chair of the Applied Biomedical Engineering program at EP. “We’ve simply added another way for our students to complete their degrees.”
To obtain the Master of Science in applied biomedical engineering, students must complete 10 courses within a five-year period—all online courses, all on-site courses, or a combination of both. Whether they choose to study online or in the classroom, candidates must complete the program’s practice and innovation residency course.