Johns Hopkins University faculty and students study, teach, and learn across more than 400 programs in the arts and music, the humanities, the social and natural sciences, engineering, international studies, education, business, and the health professions. Use the interactive program explorer to browse the programs that JHU offers.
Explore over 50 majors and 50 minors as a testing ground for your academic journey. Filter by Africana Studies Major Minor Anthropology Major Minor Applied Mathematics and Statistics Major Archaeology Major Behavioral Biology Major Bioethics Minor Biology Major Biomedical Engineering Major Biophysics Major Business Minor
The university offers 52 academic majors and 50 minors at its Homewood campus, and—with no core curriculum—the freedom to explore and combine your academic interests. Search all undergraduate programs Learn more: Krieger School of Arts & Sciences Whiting School of Engineering Peabody Institute Ishpreet Autumn 2022
Programs Doctoral Programs Education (Online), EdD Education, PhD Master's Programs Counseling, Master of Science Education, Master of Science Health Professions (Online), Master of Education Special Education, Master of Science Post Master's Certificates Applied Behavior Analysis, Post–Master’s Certificate
Arts & Sciences Business Education Engineering International Affairs Medicine Music & Dance Nursing Public Health Baltimore is more than just our hometown— it’s an extension of campus, offering learning and cultural opportunities that will complement your Hopkins experience.
Graduate Studies. School of Advanced International Studies. Students get global perspectives on today’s critical issues, with programs in international affairs, ... Krieger School of Arts & Sciences. Carey Business School. School of Education. Whiting School of Engineering.
Education Programs Life at Hopkins Giving Faculty Alumni Connecting the Best Minds in Science and Patient Care Apply to a Program Our School of Medicine Community The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine consistently ranks among the nation’s very best in education.
Programs include Digital Age Learning and Educational Technology, Gifted Education, School Administration & Supervision, and Educational Studies (with a specialization in Interdisciplinary Studies). Master of Science in Education – Digital Age Learning and Educational Technology
We offer summer programs for pre-college students, Johns Hopkins undergraduates, and visiting students. More about summer programs Engineering Innovation A college-level program for high school students with an aptitude in math and science and an interest in (or curiosity about) engineering.
Revolutionizing Prosthetics Program Overview. Begun in 2006, the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency’s (DARPA) Revolutionizing Prosthetics program set out to expand prosthetic arm options for today’s wounded warriors. The program funded two teams to create advanced anthropomorphic mechanical arms and control systems: DEKA Research and ...