Graduate Programs in Materials Science and Engineering
Jumpstart your career and expand your knowledge base with an MSE in Materials Science and Engineering
Unrivaled research opportunities, world-class faculty and facilities, and access to the resources of Johns Hopkins University are among the reasons we're a top-ranked program.
Why get your MSE or PhD at JHU?
- Conduct research, working side-by-side with faculty members who are redefining their fields of inquiry.
- Contribute to the advancement of knowledge with peers from other JHU academic departments in our cross-disciplinary research centers and institutes.
- Create a professional network through collaborative work with JHU Applied Physics Laboratory other affiliated organizations.
Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative
The Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative (VTSI) is an endowed fellowship program at Johns Hopkins for PhD students in STEM fields. It provides full tuition, stipend, and benefits while also providing targeted mentoring, networking, community, and professional development opportunities. Students who have attended a historically black college and university (HBCU) or other minority serving institution (MSI) for undergraduate study are eligible to apply. To be considered for the VTSI, all application and supplementary materials must be received by December 1, 2021.
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