Online Learning

Online learning

Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals has offered classes online since 2001, consistently delivering a unique educational experience that is both academically rigorous and highly practical.

Online Highlights

Students and faculty both benefit from online learning at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals. Hear what they have to say.

Why Online

Online courses at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals:

  • Use of state-of-the-art technology and learning tools
  • Are interactive
  • Incorporate real-world, project-based learning taught by engineers and scientists working at the top of their fields
  • Feature digital resources, academic advising, and support services from across Johns Hopkins University
  • Utilize structured, guided learning that allows for flexibility in when and where students access original course content
  • Give students the ability to customize course loads with both online and on-site courses
  • Provide opportunities for networking and fostering career connections on a global scale

Online Programs

The following programs can be completed fully online.

The following program can be completed fully online depending on the student’s selected concentration area.

*Offered as a post-master’s certificate only

Online Course List

The following is the complete list of current online courses for all programs. Please refer to the course schedule published each term for exact dates, times, locations, fees, and instructors.

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Applied Biomedical Engineering

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Applied and Computational Mathematics

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Applied Physics

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Bioinformatics

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Civil Engineering

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Computer Science

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Cybersecurity

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Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Engineering Management

Below are the courses applicable to the management part of the Engineering Management program. Courses applicable to the student's technical concentration are listed separately under the respective program.

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Environmental Engineering

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Environmental Engineering and Science

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Environmental Planning and Management

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Information Systems Engineering

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Mechanical Engineering

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Systems Engineering

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Technical Management

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