Johns Hopkins University: Elkridge, Maryland

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6810 Deerpath Road
Elkridge, MD 21075
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  • Supervisory and management positions in scientific and engineering organizations are usually awarded to staff members who have earned the respect of management and coworkers by excelling in their areas of technical expertise. They then a... more >

  • Mechanical engineering is the broadest of the engineering disciplines, and lies at the core of engineering design and engineering practice. Engineering is changing rapidly because of the coupling of globalization with advances in information technology,... more >

  • In today's world, the need to protect an organization's information and operating systems from attack is of critical importance. Johns Hopkins University's Master of Science in Information Assurance provides students with the technical foundations an... more >

  • Electrical and computer engineering (formerly electrical engineering) is concerned with the use of electrical phenomena for communication, computation, information transformation, measurement, and control. Within these broad categories there exist ap... more >

  • With information technology permeating all aspects of modern society, the creation and operation of contemporary information system is an immensely complex challenge for all organizations. Information Systems Engineering (ISE) is a multi-disciplinary pr... more >

  • The civil engineering profession is dedicated to developing and applying scientific and technological knowledge to serve the needs of our society. more >

  • Applied and computational mathematics is concerned with the use of mathematics to solve problems in diverse areas such as engineering, business, science, health care, information technology, and public policy. There is a strong connection between applie... more >

  • In the past decade, the scope of chemical and biomolecular engineering has expanded dramatically. more >

  • Biomedical engineering is the application of knowledge from engineering and physics to enhance the understanding of and provide solutions to problems in biology and medicine. The goal of the Master of Science Program in Applied Biomedical Engineering is... more >

  • Systems engineering is that part of the technical management process that coordinates and oversees the translation of an operational need into a system designed to meet that need. It integrates the inputs of all the required technical... more >

  • The unique properties of a material determine whether and how it can be applied to specific technological solutions. The field of materials science an... more >

  • The applied physicist bridges the gap between pure physics and engineering by conducting research on technical applications of natural phenomena. The hallmark of the applied physicist is the ability to conceive solutions by applying fundamental physical... more >

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