Technical Management

Technical Management

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Program Overview

The Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Technical Management program prepares professional scientists and engineers to lead complex technical projects and advance their careers in management.

Providing a unique curriculum that is designed to improve business, administrative, and interpersonal skills, accomplished instructors focus on modern best practices while utilizing the most advanced technological tools and applications. Available both in the classroom and online, courses challenge students to engage in real-world problem solving exercises.

View the learning outcomes for this program.

can be completed online

Degree and Certificates Offered

  • Master of Science in Technical Management
    • Focus Areas: Organizational Management; Project Management; Project/Organizational Management; Quality Management; Technical Innovation Management
  • Graduate Certificate
  • Post-Master's Certificate

Admission Requirements

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

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 of which must be at the 700 level)
    • Seven to nine required courses based on the chosen focus area
    • One to three electives (three to nine credits), which may include courses from other programs

Graduate Certificate Requirements

  • Six courses completed within five years
    • Four courses from the program
    • Two electives, which may include courses from other programs

Post-Master's Certificate Requirements

  • Six courses completed within three years
    • Four courses from the program
    • Two electives, which may include courses from other programs

State-Specific Information for Online Programs

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

Gainful Employment Title-IV Eligibility