Engineering Management

Engineering Management

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Program Overview

The Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Engineering Management program prepares students to succeed in high-level leadership positions as they take on increased technical responsibilities.

While management courses serve as the core of the program, students work within technical concentrations that span fourteen specific engineering disciplines. The curriculum provides a unique opportunity to build both technical and leaderships skills in order to contribute to a multi-disciplinary engineering management team. Instructors are experienced technical leaders and executives who discuss real-world challenges in formats that are convenient for professionals working at the nation's top engineering firms and R&D organizations.

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Degree Offered

  • Master of Engineering Management
    • Concentrations: Applied and Computational Mathematics; Applied Biomedical Engineering; Applied Physics; Communications, Controls, and Signal Processing; Computer Engineering; Computer Science; Cybersecurity; Geotechnical Engineering; Information Systems Engineering; Materials Science and Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Optics and Photonics; RF and Microwave Engineering; Structural Engineering

Admission Requirements

  • Degree in a science or an engineering field
  • Minimum of two years of relevant full-time work experience
  • Detailed résumé
  • Online application
  • Application fee of $75
  • Official transcripts from all college studies

While most applicants apply intending to be a degree candidate seeking a graduate degree or certificate, you may also apply as a non-degree seeking special student. To apply as a special student, you must meet the same prerequisites and requirements as a degree seeking candidate.

Master's Degree Requirements

For more in-depth requirements and a listing of required courses, visit the Program Requirements page.

  • Ten courses completed within five years (at least three must be at the 700 level)
    • Five out of the following six core courses: 595.465 Communications in Technical Organizations, 595.466 Financial and Contract Management, 595.731 Business Law for Technical Professionals, 595.762 Management of Technical Organizations, 595.781 Executive Technical Leadership, and 635.792 Management of Innovation
    • Five courses from the chosen concentration

State-Specific Information for Online Programs

Students from Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin should be aware of state-specific information for online programs.