Since our inception, Johns Hopkins University has fostered a spirit of innovation from our main campus in Baltimore, Maryland. From the supersonic ramjet engine in the 1940s to prosthetic limbs in the 21st century, JHU inventions save lives, improve societies, and shape the future.
Offering top-quality online engineering education for more than 20 years, JHU is ideal for working professionals like you who want to gain solutions-based knowledge to improve our world.
Johns Hopkins University takes our students’ education seriously. That’s why the brightest faculty on Earth guide the research and knowledge of our students, including CEOs and corporate executives, past and present Nobel laureates, MacArthur fellows, dozens of National Academic of Science members, and four members of the National Academy of Engineering. Therefore, JHU consistently ranks among U.S. News & World Report’s top 10 Best Global Universities, with our online graduate engineering program ranking #11.
in medical, science, and engineering research in 2019
Whether online or on-campus, your JHU classes address society’s biggest questions with a practical approach: coursework designed for the real world.
For engineers, a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins is more than just a sought-after professional credential. It’s access to expert faculty and a professional network with career-advancing connections for you.
JHU faculty are CEOs, Pulitzer Prize winners, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients, and Nobel laureates, among others. They’re also your biggest supporters and influential mentors.
As a top research university, we have the resources to support you on your academic journey.
The 19th-century Maryland entrepreneur and philanthropist Johns Hopkins believed in the importance of improving public health and education. His generosity set the foundation for what would define the model of the modern American research university.
University opens with the inauguration of our first president, Daniel Coit Gilman.
JHU opens the Applied Physics Laboratory to help the federal government mobilize scientific resources to address wartime challenges.
Researchers invent the first implantable, rechargeable pacemaker.
The Whiting School of Engineering begins offering online classes.
Sends a spacecraft to Mercury to orbit the planet.
Performs $2.917 billion in medical, science, and engineering research.
Continues leading the country in academic and scientific research.