Masters in Civil Engineering (online)

Online Johns Hopkins University    Whiting School of Engineering

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Are you passionate about finding innovative solutions to the challenges of our built environment? Look no further than the online Master's in Civil Engineering programme from Johns Hopkins University. Ranked #6 in the country by U.S. News & World Report, this programme offers advanced design methods and data-driven analysis to tackle pressing issues in civil engineering. With a focus on structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, ocean and coastal engineering, and preservation engineering, you'll gain expertise in your chosen field. The programme is designed for working professionals, with small classes taught by industry experts. Entry requirements include a degree in civil engineering or a related discipline, or equivalent coursework. Join us and become a top-notch civil engineer!

About the course

Apply advanced methods of design and use data-driven analysis to find solutions to the most pressing challenges facing our built environment. From buildings and bridges to ports and harbors, master it all with an online Master’s in Civil Engineering from Johns Hopkins, ranked #6 in the country by U.S. News & World Report. Study BIM Applications In Civil Engineering, the Design of Ocean Structures and so much more.

Civil Engineering Program Overview

Civil engineering is the world’s oldest engineering discipline. Yet increasing public demands on structures and systems and changes in society’s economic and environmental attitudes mean that today’s civil engineer needs to constantly adapt in order to keep up.

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Entry Requirements

Your prior education must include a degree in civil engineering or a closely related technical discipline.
When reviewing an application, your academic and professional background will be considered.
If you are an international student, you may have additional admission requirements.

Applicants without a degree in civil engineering may be accepted to the program provided they demonstrate the successful completion of coursework from a regionally accredited institution including: Calculus I, Calculus II, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations, Physics I, Statics, Mechanics of Materials, Theory of Structures, and Soil Mechanics.


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

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

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John Morgan

"I really enjoyed my time in the EP program. It was flexible, I was always able to find a course I could take, and most importantly, I was able to finish my degree while moving from Baltimore to Denver without interruption. I felt that for the most part, the courses were well structured to accommodate working professionals. I rarely felt as if I was in over my head. I feel that this was a great career and professional move and I would recommend it to anyone seeking to further their technical education. ”

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