Applied Physics Program Overview
The Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Applied Physics graduate program—one of the few available in the nation—offers a wide variety of courses that will enrich your experience as an engineer and will prepare you for exciting careers in the research and development of cutting-edge technology. Taught by notable scientists from the Johns Hopkins Physics Lab, NASA, and the Naval Research Laboratory, you can focus on a wide range of topics, including optics, interstellar space, ocean science, solid-state physics, and more.
The program prepares you to:
- Master mathematical methods that are essential to the fields of applied physics and engineering, including integral transforms, ODEs, complex analysis, PDEs, and boundary value problems.
- Solve practical problems using Maxwell’s Equations and classical electrodynamics, such that static and time-varying fields in free space and media, conservation laws, and gauge invariance can be investigated.
- Establish a firm understanding of the mathematical foundation of quantum mechanics.
- Select courses to tailor your degree and gain the knowledge that works best for you.
Master’s Degree Concentrations
- Materials and Condensed Matter
Applied Physics Courses
Get details about course requirements, prerequisites, concentrations, and electives offered within the program. All courses are taught by subject-matter experts who are executing the technologies and techniques they teach. For exact dates, times, locations, fees, and instructors, please refer to the course schedule published each term.
We offer two program options for Applied Physics; you can earn a Master of Science in Applied Physics or a post-master’s certificate.
When ambition meets opportunity, anything is possible. Earn your degree on your terms at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals.
Find out when registration opens, classes start, transcript deadlines and more. Applications are accepted year-round, so you can apply any time.