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  • Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals faculty, like Christopher Overcash, guide students through the latest techniques used to examine engineering solutions to complex and multidisciplinary problems in climate change, waste production, and beyond. A member of our team of instructors for ten years, he examines the future of environmental engineering, science, and management.

  • The inspiration to be an engineer can come from the most unlikely source: the phenomenon of a bird taking flight or even the thrill of space travel. Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals is committed to helping engineers fuel their passion and succeed in their quest to innovate with the latest in technology. Two decades later, our faculty have designed hundreds of courses to keep pace with the future of engineering.

  • Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals has grown exponentially since its beginning back in the early 1900s. An integral part of that growth has been strong leadership, the courage to be early adopters in innovation, and a forward-thinking course curriculum model. Our leaders discuss our past and what we can expect for the future.

  • Long before the pandemic ushered in a “new norm” for online education, we were already a well-established leader in virtual education, exhibiting the staying power that knowledge-seekers can rely on. We've had exceptional faculty and expert engineers to support us along the way, making sure our graduates are prepared to elevate their careers and make important contributions to engineering.

  • Long before the pandemic ushered in a “new norm” for online education, we were already a well-established leader in virtual education, exhibiting the staying power that knowledge-seekers can rely on. We asked our experts and program chairs to weigh in on the future of careers in engineering and tips and advice for students.