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Johns Hopkins University Engineering for Professionals

Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) makes it possible for working engineers to advance their careers without interrupting their lives. One of the largest continuing engineering education schools in the United States, EP offers engineering and applied science graduate programs in twenty disciplines, weekday evenings, and Saturdays when working adults have time. With EP, professional engineers and applied scientists can find exactly the program that meets their career goals, then get the cutting-edge skills and knowledge they need—when and where their working life demands.

We offer online and on-site classes at times that complement the busy schedules of today's practicing engineers and scientists.

Educational Offerings

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Demonstrate proficiency in assessing enterprise security risk and formulating technical recommendations in the areas of both hardware and software. Demonstrate proficiency in four major areas of cryptology: Encryption, Hash Functions, Signature Schemes, and Authentication.
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5 Years
Online - Graduate Degree
Adult
Students in the Cybersecurity program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals become proficient in ensuring the confidentiality, availability and integrity of data, in preserving and restoring systems, and in developing risk management skills. State-of-the-art computing facilities and tools are accessible either on-site or online. Combined with knowledge from instructors who are working to fight cybersecurity threats on the front lines, the continually evolving curriculum prepares students for lasting careers in this critical field.

Degree Requirements
  • Ten courses must be completed within five years.
  • Students are required to choose a track to follow.
  • The curriculum consists of three foundation courses and five courses from the Cybersecurity (695.xxx) program, or from a list of selected courses from the Computer Science (605.xxx) program, or Cybersecurity/Security Informatics (650.xxx) and Applied Mathematics and Statistics (550.xxx) Departments in the full-time program.
  • At least three courses must be from the same track.
  • At least two must be at the 700-level or higher.
  • Up to two electives may be selected from the Computer Science (605.xxx), Electrical and Computer Engineering (525.xxx), and Applied and Computational Mathematics (625.xxx) programs. Transfer courses will be considered electives.
  • Only one grade of C can count toward the master's degree.
  • All course selections are subject to advisor approval.

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$21180.00
3 Years
Online - Certificate
Adult
Students in the Cybersecurity program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals become proficient in ensuring the confidentiality, availability and integrity of data, in preserving and restoring systems, and in developing risk management skills. State-of-the-art computing facilities and tools are accessible either on-site or online. Combined with knowledge from instructors who are working to fight cybersecurity threats on the front lines, the continually evolving curriculum prepares students for lasting careers in this critical field.

Certificate Requirements
  • Six courses must be completed within three years.
  • Five of the six courses must be Cybersecurity (695.xxx) courses, and at least two of these courses must be at the 700-level.
  • Students are allowed to take one elective, subject to advisor approval.
  • Tracks are not available for students pursing certificates.
  • All course selections are subject to advisor approval.

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Apply technical knowledge in mathematics, science, and engineering to lead the realization and evaluation of complex systems and systems of systems. Demonstrate the ability to conceive of, gather user needs and requirements, design, develop, integrate, and test complex systems by employing systems engineering thinking and processes, within required operational and acquisition system environments. Understand and utilize the life cycle stages of systems development from concept development through manufacturing and operational maintenance. Exercise their responsibilities in the management of cost-effective systems product development by leading and participating in interdisciplinary teams. Be capable of communicating complex concepts and methods in spoken and written format. Maintain their technical skills in facing dynamic world challenges and mature their knowledge in areas such as biomedicine, cybersecurity, human systems engineering, modeling and simulation, software development, or project management. Demonstrate awareness and capability in employing tools and techniques in the systems engineering process.
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5 Years
Online - Graduate Degree
Adult
The Systems Engineering program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals provides in-depth knowledge and technical skills in the field of systems engineering and systems of systems, and prepares students for careers within industry and government. This systems-centric program addresses the needs of engineers and scientists engaged in all aspects of analysis, design, integration, production, and operation of modern systems.

The systems engineering process coordinates and leads the translation of an operational need into a system designed to meet that need. It integrates the inputs of all the required technical disciplines into a coordinated effort that meets established performance, cost, and schedule goals. Systems engineers provide the leadership and coordination of the planning, development, and engineering of technical systems, including hardware and software components.

Instructors are practicing systems engineers who incorporate real-world problem solving activities and case studies into discussion topics. Whether they study online or in top-notch facilities like the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, students learn how to develop complex systems.

Degree Requirements
  • Ten courses must be completed within five years.
  • At least three courses must be at the 700-level.
  • Students are required to select a focus area to follow.
  • The curriculum consists of five core courses and a combination of core and electives based on the chosen focus area.
  • Only one grade of C may count toward the master's degree.
  • All course selections are subject to advisor approval.

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Learn how to develop complex systems. Develop complex systems.
$21180.00
3 Years
Online - Certificate
Adult
The Systems Engineering program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals provides in-depth knowledge and technical skills in the field of systems engineering and systems of systems, and prepares students for careers within industry and government. This systems-centric program addresses the needs of engineers and scientists engaged in all aspects of analysis, design, integration, production, and operation of modern systems.

The systems engineering process coordinates and leads the translation of an operational need into a system designed to meet that need. It integrates the inputs of all the required technical disciplines into a coordinated effort that meets established performance, cost, and schedule goals. Systems engineers provide the leadership and coordination of the planning, development, and engineering of technical systems, including hardware and software components.

Instructors are practicing systems engineers who incorporate real-world problem solving activities and case studies into discussion topics. Whether they study online or in top-notch facilities like the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, students learn how to develop complex systems.

Certificate Requirements
  • Six courses must be completed within three years.
  • The curriculum consists of five core courses and one of two elective options.
  • Only grades of B or above can count toward the graduate certificate.
  • Focus areas are not available for students pursing certificates.
  • All course selections are subject to advisor approval.

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Learn how to develop complex systems. Develop complex systems.
$21180.00
3 Years
Online - Certificate
Adult
The Systems Engineering program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals provides in-depth knowledge and technical skills in the field of systems engineering and systems of systems, and prepares students for careers within industry and government. This systems-centric program addresses the needs of engineers and scientists engaged in all aspects of analysis, design, integration, production, and operation of modern systems.

The systems engineering process coordinates and leads the translation of an operational need into a system designed to meet that need. It integrates the inputs of all the required technical disciplines into a coordinated effort that meets established performance, cost, and schedule goals. Systems engineers provide the leadership and coordination of the planning, development, and engineering of technical systems, including hardware and software components.

Instructors are practicing systems engineers who incorporate real-world problem solving activities and case studies into discussion topics. Whether they study online or in top-notch facilities like the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, students learn how to develop complex systems.

Post-Master's Certificate

Certificate Requirements
  • Six courses must be completed within three years.
  • The curriculum consists of four core courses and two electives.
  • The two electives can be two semesters of an independent systems engineering research project leading to a paper suitable for submission for publication in a refereed journal, or two 700-level courses in a program approved by the students advisor.
  • Only grades of B or above can count toward the post-master's certificate.
  • Focus areas are not available for students pursing certificates.
  • All course selections are subject to advisor approval.

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Demonstrate the ability to develop a technical program plan for an engineering project as demonstrated by a case study completed in the team assignment. Demonstrate the skills in managing a diverse team of technical professionals as demonstrated by team assignments of two case studies. Demonstrate the ability to develop a corporate strategic technology plan as demonstrated by completing an actual plan demonstrated in the case studies.
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5 Years
Online - Graduate Degree
Adult
Providing a unique curriculum that is designed to improve business, administrative, and interpersonal skills, accomplished instructors in the Technical Management program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals focus on modern best practices while utilizing the most advanced technological tools and applications. Available both in the classroom and online, courses challenge students to engage in real-world problem solving exercises.

Degree Requirements
  • Ten courses must be completed within five years.
  • Students must choose a focus area to follow.
  • The curriculum consists of a combination of core and electives based on the chosen focus area.
  • At least three courses must be at the 700-level.
  • Only one grade of C may count toward the master's degree.
  • All course selections are subject to advisor approval.

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$21180.00
3 Years
Online - Certificate
Adult
Providing a unique curriculum that is designed to improve business, administrative, and interpersonal skills, accomplished instructors in the Technical Management program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals focus on modern best practices while utilizing the most advanced technological tools and applications. Available both in the classroom and online, courses challenge students to engage in real-world problem solving exercises.

Certificate Requirements
  • Six courses must be completed within three years.
  • At least four of the six courses must be from the program (595.xxx).
  • Two electives may be taken from other programs with approval from the program chair or vice chair.
  • Only grades of B or above can count toward the graduate certificate.
  • Focus areas are not available for students pursing certificates.
  • All course selections are subject to advisor approval.

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Demonstrate the ability to professionally communicate (verbally and written) as a technical leader. Demonstrate the skills in leading a technical organization as an executive (CIO, CTO) of a diverse team of technical professionals as demonstrated by team assignments of two technical case studies. Demonstrate the ability to develop a corporate strategic technology plan as demonstrated by completing an actual plan as demonstrated in the case studies.
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5 Years
Online - Graduate Degree
Adult
While management courses serve as the core of the Engineering Management program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals, students work within technical concentrations that span fourteen specific engineering disciplines. The curriculum provides a unique opportunity to build both technical and leaderships skills in order to contribute to a multi-disciplinary engineering management team. Instructors are experienced technical leaders and executives who discuss real-world challenges in formats that are convenient for professionals working at the nation's top engineering firms and R&D organizations.

Degree Requirements
  • Ten courses must be completed within five years.
  • The curriculum consists of five core courses and five courses from the concentration.
  • At least three of the courses must be at the 700-level.
  • Only one grade of C may count toward the master's degree.
  • Concentrations are noted on the student's transcript.
  • All course selections are subject to advisor approval.

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Competencies

  • Computers & Software: Security & Cybersecurity
  • Engineering: Systems Engineering & Systems Architecture
  • Engineering: Engineering & Technology Management

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