Johns Hopkins University is a community dedicated to using its best ideas to improve lives around the world. For more than a century, faculty and students have worked side by side in a tireless pursuit of discovery.
At Johns Hopkins Engineering, you will be immersed in studies that foster the intellectual, professional, and research skills you need for success. This starts with small class sizes and continues with unrivaled research facilities and expert mentorship that will empower you to achieve—and even exceed—your goals.
Whether you are interested in pursuing a master’s degree on campus in the United States in Baltimore, Maryland or choose to study with us online from your home country, you’ll find your experience packed with knowledge you can use today and in the future.
Pursue your passions and explore Baltimore by making Homewood your home. At Johns Hopkins, there are endless opportunities you will discover and can create.
The Office of International Services (OIS) provides immigration, visa, and travel guidance to the Johns Hopkins University international community in every school, serving over 11,000 international students, recent alumni, faculty, researchers, scholars, staff, and their dependents on an annual basis. Additionally, individuals may access an array of e-requests around the clock via iHopkins self-service portal as well as individualized advising by email as well as by phone.
Full-Time Graduate Programs
Full-time graduate students have access to faculty, research opportunities, and resources unrivaled among our peer institutions.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals offers working engineers flexible options to enhance and grow their careers. Whether your goal is professional advancement or launching an entrepreneurial venture, our rigorous, relevant coursework will prepare you for success.
The Whiting School of Engineering offers several endowed fellowships that provide financial support to incoming and current full-time engineering students. Full-time degree-seeking graduate students are automatically considered for several school-wide fellowships.
Home 2 Hopkins allows students to jump-start their master’s coursework from anywhere in the world, then shift to on-campus studies at Johns Hopkins University. Offered through our well-established Engineering for Professionals program, Home to Hopkins features a thoughtful blend of virtual and on-campus classwork. Students spend on year learning virtually at home, wherever that may be, and the second year on campus at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Maryland.
Students from around the globe have counted on Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering for preparing them for a successful career. Take a look at how alum Julie Blumreiter is paving the way in mechanical engineering.
Have you ever wondered what you could do with a degree in computer science? Get the details on how Mash has turned his degree from Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering into an exciting career journey.
What makes Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering so great? Here are just a few facts!