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.
For many years, Johns Hopkins Engineering has provided a tuition benefit to Maryland public school teachers pursuing our part-time programs. Recently, that benefit has expanded to include private school teachers as well.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals, the division of the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering that administers part-time and online graduate programs, has announced that students can now complete its Applied Biomedical Engineering program online.
On June 23, featured speaker and Hopkins alumnus Jeffrey Garonzik addressed a crowd of students and faculty at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab to discuss the newest buzzword in software development—DevOps.
Rachel Sangree, chair of the Civil Engineering program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals, recently received the 2015 Outstanding Engineering Educator Award from the Maryland section of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Dr. Sangree has been serving as the chair of the Civil Engineering program since 2010.
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.
On March 31, 2015, Karthik Shyamsunder led the third in the new TechTalk series offered by Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals.
Every year, Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals recognizes outstanding faculty members for their contributions in the classroom—both on-site and online.
Congratulations to the dedicated faculty members selected for the 2015 Faculty Awards. They represent a broad spectrum of real-world skills and professional expertise in many fields.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals launched a redesigned website today that showcases new and enhanced features for prospective students, current students, faculty, and alumni.
Back by popular demand, Marty Hall's Java-related short course series will run from November 2014 through February. Offered at the Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals building in Elkridge, these non-credit professional training classes are based on some of the most popular courses in the Computer Science program.