You can take any two programs at JHU to create your own, customized combined bachelors masters program. Technology touches almost every aspect of our lives, creating an increasing demand for those with expertise not only in the technology itself, but also in leadership and management. Our Master of Science in Engineering Management program offers students the opportunity to tailor a program to their individual needs and goals, while developing the skills they need to advance their careers in today’s fast-paced, ultra-competitive environment.
Courses at Johns Hopkins Engineering let you balance work, family, and life, while advancing your career to the next level. The Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Engineering Management program will prepare you to succeed in high-level leadership positions as you take on increased technical responsibilities. Applied Biomedical Engineering Applied and Computational Mathematics Applied Physics Civil Engineering—Structural Engineering Computer Science Cybersecurity Electrical and Computer Engineering—Communications, Controls, and Signal Processing Electrical and Computer Engineering—Computer Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering—Optics and Photonics Electrical and Computer Engineering—RF and Microwave Engineering Information Systems Engineering Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering.
Our part-time Technical Management program prepares professional scientists and engineers to lead complex technology projects and assume increased management responsibilities. Providing a unique blend of administrative, business, and interpersonal skills, the program introduces students to current, best management practices and to special software development, modeling and simulation, and management tools.
Prepare to take on greater technical responsibilities as well as move up to high-level leadership roles with a master’s degree in either Engineering Management or Technical Management. Learn think strategically, use modern best practices and effectively deploy advanced tools and programs. Choose from concentrations like Biomaterials Civil Engineering Communications Science Computer Science Environmental Systems Analysis, Economics and Public Policy Fluid Mechanics Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechanics and Materials Nano-Biotechnology Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Operations Research Probability and Statistics and Smart Product and Device Design.