Earn your degree and become a part of a close-knit and supportive community.
Why study materials science and engineering at Johns Hopkins University?
- Select an optional academic track to focus your studies; biomaterials or nanotechnology – two areas of growing importance in the discipline.
- Participate in research projects, working in small collaborative groups with faculty members, graduate students, and postdocs.
- Pursue cross-disciplinary research opportunities through the Institute for NanoBioTechnology, the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute, the Ralph O’Connor Sustainable Energy Institute, and at Johns Hopkins renowned School of Medicine.
- Form friendships and professional connections through our student clubs and professional societies.
Get real research experience - as an undergrad
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We offer a range of programs, networks, and resources to help you define and achieve your career goals. Explore the breadth of career resources offered by the Life Design Lab--from career days and internship opportunities to one-on-one counseling, the programs and funding opportunities to help you commercialize your inventions offered by FastForward U, minors and courses offered through the Center for Leadership Education, and more.
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