- You must meet the general admission requirements that pertain to all master’s degree candidates.
- You are expected to hold an undergraduate or higher degree in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, information science, mathematics, systems engineering, basic sciences, or the equivalent.
- Your prior education must include: (1) Calculus through Multivariable Calculus; (2) Linear Algebra; (3) Differential Equations; and (4) Programming (such as C++, Java, Matlab, or Python). You must have taken courses in or demonstrated proficiency in mathematics, engineering, and software development.
- If your prior education does not include the prerequisites listed above, you may still be admitted under provisional status, followed by full admission once you have completed the missing prerequisites. Missing prerequisites may be completed with Johns Hopkins Engineering (some prerequisites beyond calculus are available) or at another regionally accredited institution. Prerequisite courses do not count toward the degree requirements. A grade of B– or better must have been earned in each of the prerequisite courses.
- You must have earned a grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (B or above) in the latter half of your undergraduate studies.
- When reviewing an application, the candidate’s academic and professional background will be considered.
- If you are an international student, you may have additional admission requirements.
- Ten courses must be completed within five years.
- You are required to choose a focus area to follow.
- The curriculum consists of four core courses, three courses from one of the focus areas of the Robotics and Autonomous Systems program, and three courses of electives from any Engineering for Professionals program (three courses must be taken at the 700-level).
- One or more core courses can be waived by your advisor if you’ve received an A or B in equivalent graduate courses. In this case, waived core course(s) must be replaced with the same number of other graduate Robotics and Autonomous Systems courses. You may take these courses after all remaining core course requirements have been satisfied.
- Only one grade of C can count toward the master’s degree.
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