Degree Programs in Arts and Sciences and Engineering
See program descriptions for the specific degrees offered.
Arts and Sciences
|Program Major||Bachelors||Combined Bachelors/Masters||Masters||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Astronomy and Astrophysics||x|
|Comparative Thought and Literature||x|
|Earth and Planetary Sciences||x||x|
|East Asian Studies||x|
|Film and Media||x8|
|Film and Media Studies||x|
|History of Art||x||x6||x|
|History of Science||x2||x|
|History of Science, Medicine and Technology||x|
|Latin American Studies||x|
|Medicine, Science and the Humanities||x|
|Molecular and Cellular Biology||x||x7||x7|
|Natural Sciences Area||x|
|Near Eastern Studies||x||x2||x|
|Public Health Studies||x||x17|
|Program Major||Bachelors||Combined Bachelors/Masters||Masters||Doctor of Philosophy||Doctorate (Professional)|
|Applied Mathematics and Statistics||x10||x18||x1||x|
|Bioengineering Innovation & Design||x1,13|
|Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering||x||x18||x1||x|
|Geography and Environmental Engineering||x18||x1||x|
|Materials Science and Engineering||x||x18||x1,5||x|
Notes on the Degrees
Candidates for the master’s as a terminal degree are accepted, but financial aid generally is not available.
Candidates for the master’s as a terminal degree may be accepted in special cases, but financial aid generally is not available.
Candidates are admitted to the Ph.D. program only, but the M.A. is awarded to students who (a) complete one year of courses, pass an examination in one foreign language, and submit an acceptable master’s essay to a member of the faculty or (b) complete two years of courses and pass an examination in two foreign languages.
Candidates for the master’s as a terminal degree are not accepted. However, a student is awarded a master’s degree en route to the Ph.D. after the successful completion of the Graduate Board oral examination.
A master of science in engineering or a master of materials science and engineering are offered.
See department listing.
M.S. available only to Arts and Sciences baccalaureate students.
B.A. or B.S. available.
Candidates are admitted to the Ph.D. program only, but the M.A. is awarded to students who complete requirements set by the director of graduate studies.
Applicants must currently be JHU undergraduate.
Within the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Within the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics.
Within the School of Medicine.
Master's degree awarded by the School of Advanced International Studies.
Master's degree awarded by the School of Public Health.
Qualified Undergraduates from any AS or EN program are eligible to apply.
Area of Concentration
Candidates may also major in Environmental Engineering, but may not major in both Environmental Science and Environmental Studies.
Students may complete requirements for a minor in Africana Studies, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Bioethics, Civil Engineering, Classics, Computational Medicine, Computer Integrated Surgery, Computer Science, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Economics, Engineering for Sustainable Development, English, Entrepreneurship and Management, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Studies, Film and Media Studies, Financial Economics, French Cultural Studies, French Literature, German, Global Environmental Change and Sustainability, History, History of Art, History of Science and Technology, Islamic Studies, Italian, Jewish Studies, Latin American Studies, Linguistics, Marketing and Communications, Mathematics, Museum and Society, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Robotics, Russian, Social Policy, Space Science and Engineering, Spanish for the Professions, Spanish Language and Hispanic Culture, Theatre Arts, Visual Arts, and Women, Gender and Sexuality.
JHU Academic Programs
In addition to the full-time offerings of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins offers additional undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs through other academic divisions.
For more information about these opportunities please visit https://jhu.edu/academics/.