It’s an exciting time to be an engineer—especially at Johns Hopkins. Here, engineering encompasses topics as diverse as cryptology, game theory, tissue engineering, bridge design, information security, fluid dynamics, robotics, nanotechnology, medical imaging, and environmental pollutants.
At Johns Hopkins Engineering, our undergraduates work side-by-side with faculty who are recognized leaders in their fields. They conduct research, take part in internships, find jobs, study abroad, and are encouraged to pursue academic interests outside their major field of study.
Hopkins engineering students are immersed in the life of the university, share dorms and take classes with students from the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Peabody Institute, collaborate with researchers at the schools of Medicine and Public Health, and enjoy Baltimore's vibrant social and cultural life.