Ed Schlesinger, Benjamin T. Rome Dean

Dear Students,

The most successful engineers are those who never stand still when it comes to their education and their careers. Rather, it is those engineers who are committed to remaining at the forefront of their professions, who strive continuously to be well versed in the latest technologies, and who have the ability to continuously learn how their fields are evolving and which skills and knowledge are necessary to stay ahead of the curve who will achieve success.

At the Whiting School of Engineering, our Engineering for Professionals programs provide these motivated working engineers—in our region and around the world—with the tools and experiences necessary to enhance their education in ways that will have a direct positive impact on their professional lives.

We provide our engineering students with academic offerings of the highest quality, with all the value and prestige of a Johns Hopkins education. The breadth of our degree and certificate programs, the real-world experience of our faculty, and our state-of-the-art instructional methods enable us to provide students with unparalleled opportunities. At Engineering for Professionals, you will learn from experienced working professionals and outstanding academic faculty. These instructors speak directly to the applications of the course work you will study and continually improve and update content to encompass the very latest in both the theoretical understanding and applications in their areas of expertise.

In addition to the tremendous academic opportunities you will be afforded by enrolling in a Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals program, as a student here, you also will become part of a remarkable community. As a student and, later, as an alumnus, you will be a member of the uniquely successful Johns Hopkins family, connected forever to the traditions and achievements of one of the world’s most esteemed academic research institutions.

Congratulations on choosing Johns Hopkins.

Sincerely,

Ed Schlesinger
Benjamin T. Rome Dean
Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering