Learn more about the online, part-time graduate, and certificate programs at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals. You will have the opportunity to have questions answered by experienced staff from the admissions team and program administration.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) program has created 34 portable, state-of-the-art teaching studios designed to bring an
in-person feeling to students taking remote live and online classes.
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Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals’ 2020 Faculty Awards honor 15 outstanding online and part-time instructors for their dedication in the classroom this past year. Although the 2020 spring faculty meeting was cancelled in response to the novel coronavirus, we nonetheless celebrate all of our award recipients!
After years of watching his wife live with type 1 diabetes, Eric Villhauer, a Systems Engineering alumni and senior engineering manager in the Flight Controls Systems department with North Carolina-based Collins Aerospace, began to use to use his engineering degree to help people living with diabetes.
Andrew Merkle, the mission area executive for Research and Exploratory Development (RED) at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), has been appointed chair of the Engineering for Professionals’ Systems Engineering Program, effective July 1.
We are pleased to announce that Ashutosh Dutta, a senior scientist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, has been appointed chair of the Engineering for Professionals’ Electrical and Computer Engineering program, effective July 1.
David Porter, an instructor with Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) Applied Physics program, was selected as a 2020 Blackboard Catalyst Award winner in the Teaching and Learning category for his graduate-level online course, Introduction to Oceanography, offered through EP. A longtime chief scientist in Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory’s Force Projection Sector, he retired from APL in early June.
In mid-2019, in response to a spiraling national demand for full-stack web developers, the Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals program partnered with 2U, Inc. to launch the Coding Boot Camp. In October 2019, we launched our first Full Stack Web Development cohort. Now, after this inaugural cohort has completed the 24 weeks course and all students have graduated, I wanted to review and acknowledge the high level and wide scope of values that the Boot Camp provides to our students.
The way Andrew Serio saw it, the recent explosion in the popularity and availability of drones for commercial and hobby use and the advances in lightweight optical and hardware materials created a
perfect storm of opportunity that he wanted to take advantage of.