Research Opportunities for Students (Undergraduates)
Research is one of the hallmarks of a Johns Hopkins education. Taking part in research as an undergraduate allows you to gain academic credit while exploring career options, learning in-depth about a specific industry, and gaining valuable skills and hands-on experience.
If you are looking for research opportunities, follow these steps and you're on your way!
How to find research opportunities
How to register for research
- Meet with your faculty sponsor (this person must be a full-time Homewood faculty member so he or she can submit your grade) to determine the nature of your research and how you will be evaluated.
- Complete the Undergraduate Research/Independent Study Form (yellow triplicate form) and have it signed by your faculty sponsor.
- Submit the completed form to the Registrar’s Office.
- Please note: You can earn up to 6 credits for research per academic year, beginning in the summer term, and you are limited to maximum of 3 credits per semester.