Masters in Applied Physics (online)

Online Johns Hopkins University    Whiting School of Engineering

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Are you ready to take your engineering and applied physics skills to the next level? Look no further than the online Masters in Applied Physics programme offered by Johns Hopkins University. In this part-time, flexible programme, you'll delve into a wide range of fascinating topics, from condensed matter to interstellar space. Taught by renowned scientists from Johns Hopkins Physics Lab, NASA, and the Naval Research Laboratory, you'll gain sought-after skills in areas like optics, quantum mechanics, and solid-state physics. With concentrations in Materials and Condensed Matter or Photonics, you can tailor your degree to suit your interests. Requirements include a strong background in mathematics and physics. Don't miss this opportunity to join the ranks of cutting-edge technology researchers.

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With the Johns Hopkins online, part-time applied physics master’s degree, you'll study a wide range of topics from condensed matter to interstellar space in courses that will enrich your experience as an engineer and applied physicist. Gain sought-after skills from scientists who are creating technologically advanced solutions for today’s complex world.

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Entry Requirements

Your prior education must include (1) mathematics through vector analysis and ordinary differential equations; (2) general physics; (3) modern physics; (4) intermediate mechanics; and (5) intermediate electricity and magnetism. (The intermediate mechanics and intermediate electricity and magnetism requirements may be waived if the applicant has an exceptional academic record and a strong background in mathematics.) A grade of B– or better must have been earned in each of the prerequisite courses.


Graduate (600-level and above) course tuition, before fellowship - $6,290

Graduate course (600-level), final cost - $5,090

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Daniel Degannaro

"As a whole, the teachers at JHU were among the best I have ever had in my academic career. I truly believe I have received a great education that has helped me in my professional career. ”

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