We offer online and on-site classes at times that complement the busy schedules of today’s practicing engineers and scientists.
Instructors working at the top of their industries impart cutting-edge knowledge and real-world skills in collaborative, interactive learning environments—providing students with a unique opportunity to forge lasting professional connections as they work, study, and maintain a manageable work-life balance.
As the part-time arm of the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering, and one of the largest continuing education schools in engineering in the United States, we provide our students with the flexibility to earn master’s degrees and certificates while they continue working. A Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals diploma means you learn while you work and can apply what you study immediately.
Johns Hopkins University has provided evening education for the technical workforce for nearly a century. Here at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals, we uphold that tradition and now provide even more options for today’s engineers. Explore the EP JHU calendar below to find when you can start the next phase of your career.
The engineering school begins offering night courses for technical workers.
Three months after Pearl Harbor, the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is organized to help with the war effort.
APL’s part-time engineering graduate program, the largest in the nation, becomes part of the Whiting School. Today it is known as Engineering for Professionals.
The first online engineering course is offered in January.
Message from the Dean
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.
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Locations and Facilities
Johns Hopkins Engineering offers courses on-site at three locations across the greater Baltimore and Washington, DC areas.
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Join our team of dynamic, progressive faculty and share your knowledge with students. As an instructor, you will have the opportunity to teach in a classroom setting at any of our three locations, or in an online environment, depending upon the needs of the program.