The online programs at the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering are ranked highly according to the latest report from U.S. News & World Report released January 9, 2018.
While earning his master's degree in the Electrical and Computer Engineering program last year, Bill Haris embarked on an independent study project in which he developed a new kind of prosthetic limb.
In the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report, released January 10, 2017, the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering maintained its spot in the top twenty-five schools in the country in the categories of Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs and Best Online Graduate Computer...
Inspecting a crash, a spill, or a bomb threat on our railways is dangerous work, and can involve putting first responders in harm's way. Thankfully, the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory developed a new solution.
The online graduate programs at Johns Hopkins Engineering maintained high rankings from U.S. News & World Report this year.
In the new report, released January 12, 2016, Johns Hopkins Engineering secured #11 in the overall
Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs rankings, up one spot from last year.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals just launched a new series of online courses through Coursera, the world’s largest open online education provider.
The five-course series along with its associated capstone project is titled Ruby on Rails Web Development and will be available to anyone with Internet access.
This is your time, said Salvatore
Tory Bruno, president and chief executive officer of United Launch Alliance.
Whether you choose to join me in building spacecraft and rockets, or whether you choose to do noble work right here focused on earth to make all of our lives better … you will be a part of it.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals launched a redesigned website today that showcases new and enhanced features for prospective students, current students, faculty, and alumni.
In 2008, Jim Conroy took his first class with Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals. It was a basic antennas course taught by Dr. Steven Weiss, an accomplished electrical engineer at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory.
Four years and a lot of calculations later, Conroy was inspired not only to take more advanced antennas courses but also to start pursuing an intensive independent study project with his now friend and mentor, Dr. Weiss.