Degree Programs

Undergraduate Program

Johns Hopkins Mechanical Engineering provides undergraduates with an exceptionally strong education through instruction by world-class faculty and access to cutting-edge research. Undergraduate Program

Combined BS/MS Degree

Earn a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins in five years total. Combined BS/MS Degree

Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) is a flexible program for students who desire advanced training in specific areas of mechanical engineering. Master’s Program

PhD Program

Earn your doctorate in mechanical engineering under the guidance of leading experts in your respective field. PhD Program

Research Areas

Fluid Mechanics

A strong focus is on turbulence and its diverse aspects, investigated by theoretical, computational, and experimental methods. Details

Mechanics and Materials

Studying the deformation, fracture, fatigue, and failure of solids at different time and length scales (from atoms to planets) through advanced analytical, computational, and experimental techniques. Details

Mechanical Engineering in Biology and Medicine

Areas of excellence include biofluids, integrated biological systems, neural control, mathematical modeling, and biomedical devices and instrumentation. Details

An Exceptional Faculty

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University is home to 33 dedicated tenured and tenure-track faculty; more than 30 research faculty, lecturers, and visiting faculty; and two National Academy of Engineering members.

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