JOHNS HOPKINS GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Drawing from the expertise of of Johns Hopkins faculty, staff at the Applied Physics Laboratory, and practitioners at industry-leading firms, Johns Hopkins' computer science programs give students the quality education they're looking for in a format that works for them.
Full-time: Master of Science in Engineering in Computer Science
The Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) is a daytime in-person program offered by the Department of Computer Science. Because computer science is a highly diverse and broadly applied field, studies can proceed in many different directions. The flexible curriculum allows students the option to customize their coursework based on their career goals. Offered at our Homewood campus in Maryland, this mathematically intensive program prepares students for executive leadership positions in a wide variety of professions.
Online/Part-time: Master of Science in Computer Science
Flexibility meets function with one of the nation’s leading online computer science graduate degree programs. Learn at the forefront of innovation, either on-site or from your computer, with expert instructors providing cutting-edge solutions to real-world challenges in a wide range of career tracks, such as Bioinformatics, Cybersecurity, Data Communications and Networking, Data Science and Cloud Computing, Database Systems and Knowledge Management, Enterprise and Web Computing, Human-Computer Interaction and Visualization, Software Engineering, Systems, and Theory.
WHY JOHNS HOPKINS ENGINEERING?
- Complete your master’s degree in computer science online or on-site at one of Johns Hopkins' state-of-the-art facilities in Maryland.
- Maintain your current employment with an online or part-time program designed specifically for busy, working engineering professionals.
- Distinguish yourself with quantifiable advanced skills in a highly competitive field.
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Students should be aware of additional state-specific information for online programs.