Mode of Study:
Hybrid, On-Site, Online

Program Overview

Customize your degree and select from focus areas that span multiple disciplines within information systems, including Human-Computer Interaction, Information Management, and Software Engineering. With senior executives from the Johns Hopkins Physics Lab and other industry leaders as key faculty members, you will be well prepared to:

  • Develop processes and components of large-scale information systems
  • Transform information to discover relationships and insights into complex data sets
  • Integrate theory and application in your current and future job responsibilities
  • Learn on your terms and select a flexible course schedule in a format that works best for you

Focus Areas

  • Cybersecurity
  • Data Engineering
  • Enterprise and Web Computing
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Information Management
  • Network Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Systems Engineering

Degree Options

We offer various program options for Information Systems Engineering; you can earn a Master of Science in Information Systems Engineering, graduate certificate or a post-master’s certificate.

Information Systems Engineering Courses

Get details about course requirements, prerequisites, focus areas, 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.

Proficiency Exams

A proficiency exam is available in Information Systems Engineering. If you have not completed the necessary prerequisite(s) in a formal college-level course but have extensive experience in these areas, may apply to take a proficiency exam provided by the Engineering for Professionals program. Successful completion of the exam(s) allows you to opt-out of certain prerequisites.

As a working mom of 3 children married to a husband with a rigorous work/travel schedule, the thing I enjoyed most about the course was the ability to operate autonomously/asynchronously. This was challenging at times for team projects when we all needed to have availability at the same time for brainstorming/discussion, but I was still able to work through it. I also thought each of my courses did a great job academically pushing me, while also providing me with material that was entirely relevant to my field. All-in-all, I very much enjoyed every aspect of this program!

Mary Galvin Information Systems Engineering

Program Contacts

Academic Calendar

Find out when registration opens, classes start, transcript deadlines and more. Applications are accepted year-round, so you can apply any time.