What What Programs are Available at john Hopkins University?


Johns Hopkins University faculty and students study, teach, and discover solutions to the world’s most complex problems. Through Johns Hopkins University’s nine schools and colleges, our students have access to more than 200 academic programs. Our programs are designed to challenge students academically and prepare them for success in a wide range of careers.

They offer a variety of programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. Our most popular programs include:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
  • Master of Science in Nursing
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Education
  • Adolescent to Young Adult Education
  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Public Health

More information about our graduate programs is available below

School of Advanced International Studies

Students get global perspectives on today’s critical issues, with progra designed to develop the next generation of leaders.

School of Education

With more than 30 programs, the School of Education offers paths for students interested in everything from teaching and counseling to educational policy and administration.

Bloomberg School of Public Health

The Bloomberg School is dedicated to protecting health and saving lives—millions at a time. Our students become tomorrow’s leaders in public health, taking on the world’s biggest health challenges.

Peabody Institute

Renowned as one of the world’s great music conservatories, Peabody trains classical and jazz musicians, conductors, composers, and dance artists to shape the future of their field.

Carey Business School

Students receive a business education that is rigorous, relevant, and experiential—one that prepares them to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing global business landscape.

Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

With more than 70 programs in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, Hopkins offers limitless opportunities for exploration.

School of Medicine

For more than 140 years, Hopkins has been a world leader in medical education and research. Our students become compassionate, outstanding physicians prepared for leadership roles in medicine.

School of Nursing

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is a transformative leader in nursing education, research, and practice. Our students excel in clinical care, informatics, policy development, and patient advocacy.

Whiting School of Engineering

Through a broad range of programs, the Whiting School prepares students to become leaders in the engineering profession. Our graduates are innovators who make a difference in the world.

Conclusion:

A Johns Hopkins postdoc, Herbert Baxter Adams, brought the seminar method of teaching from Germany, which revolutionized the way history was taught in the United States. Today, Johns Hopkins University continues to be a world leader in education, research, and discovery. Our faculty and students are tackling some of the world’s most complex problems—and finding solutions.