Professional Development for Professional Engineers
Technology moves fast. Don’t let your competitors move faster. When you invest in your team’s professional development, you not only help your engineering and scientific teams perform at the cutting edge of today’s best technologies and best practices, but you also boost morale, productivity, and retention.
Employee development opportunities can come in many forms:
- Comprehensive training and onboarding
- Regular upskilling and reskilling
- Tuition assistance for individual employees
- Industry certification preparation
- Career pathway planning
- Fellowships for upcoming talent
Hopkins Engineering offers you multiple ways to leverage our award-winning faculty, innovative curricula, and world-class research facilities for the benefit of your team, from online degree and certificate programs designed for working adults to customized corporate training for engineers and scientists.
Customized Courses for Your Training Needs
Combine Hopkins Engineering’s rigorous coursework and expert instruction with your company’s training and professional development goals. Our Engineering for Professionals team can help you develop customized employee education programs, such as:
- High-touch, online courses for employee training
- Onsite executive workshops
- Customized bundle of for-credit classes
- Self-paced training courses
Example in Action
Example in action: We teamed with RK&K, a national full-service planning, engineering design, and construction management company, on an exclusive, 23-week project management course.
Career-Advancing Skills With Graduate Certificates
With many requiring five or fewer courses, graduate certificates boost career and technical skills without the need to invest in a complete master’s degree program. Hopkins Engineering offers more than a dozen options, including artificial intelligence and financial risk management.
Employees who already hold graduate engineering or science degrees can add an extra layer of expertise with a post-master’s certificate; we offer more than 20, including data science and environmental planning and management.
Doctor of Engineering Designed for Working Engineers
Invest in talent development and cultivate a culture of learning while solving critical work-related challenges. Put Hopkins Engineering’s resources, research and education to work for you with a doctoral program customized for your organization’s needs.
While earning their employer-supported degree, your team member will integrate what they’re learning into their day-to-day work activities. They’ll also receive mentorship from a Hopkins faculty advisor and a senior-level professional within your company.
Building Your Talent Pipeline and Tomorrow’s Workforce
In addition to professional development for your current team, you can partner with Hopkins Engineering to build your talent pipeline and support education for tomorrow’s engineers and scientists.
Gain access to top technical talent by sponsoring a graduate, post-graduate or post-doctoral fellow. Along with this also comes opportunities to collaborate with renowned faculty members and their lab teams.
Johns Hopkins is proud to be one of a handful of “need-blind” universities, meaning a student’s ability to pay is not considered as part of the admissions process. Your organizational support helps make an engineering education possible for students of all backgrounds.
Partners in Professional Development
Industry leaders who’ve entrusted Hopkins Engineering to provide professional development experiences to their employees include: Booz Allen Hamilton, Leidos, Lockheed Martin, The MITRE Corporation, Northrup Group, Raytheon, RK&K, U.S. Department of Defense.
Additional Continuing Education for Engineers
Hopkins is home to one of the largest continuing education schools for engineering in the United States. In addition to graduate certificates and customized training, we offer:
Part-time and Online Master’s Degrees
We offer 20+ online and onsite degree programs spanning the fields of engineering and applied science and taught by leading industry experts.
Our intensive, immerse boot camps were designed with the most in-demand market needs in mind, including coding and data analytics.
Self-Paced Online Learning with Coursera
Since 2012, JHU has offered a variety of self-paced courses on the education platform, Coursera, including many related to Hopkins Engineering programs.