The Master of Science in Engineering in Robotics (Robotics MSE) program at Johns Hopkins University is designed for students from a wide variety of engineering, scientific, and mathematical backgrounds to advance their interdisciplinary knowledge in robotics.
Johns Hopkins University recognizes the growing need in industry for engineers with the broad multi-disciplinary training and fundamental knowledge needed to develop and deploy advanced robotics systems that function effectively in the real world.
Johns Hopkins University’s broad interdisciplinary approach to robotics research makes it uniquely situated to offer such a comprehensive program. The Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (LCSR), with its reputation as one of the top robotics research sites in the world, particularly in the area of medical robotics, is pleased to offer this new MSE in Robotics.
MSE Program Structure
The Robotics MSE hosts two options: the course-work option (10 full-time academic courses) and a research essay/internship option* (8 full-time academic courses and a master’s essay or internship with report). Aside from required courses and electives, students will complete course-work in a specialization track:
*Internship Option is pending final review by the Whiting School of Engineering Graduate Committee.
Learn more about Johns Hopkins Robotics through an online information session! In this one-hour information session, faculty and student panelists will discuss the program, our areas of research, admissions requirements, and life in Baltimore.
You can view this year’s recorded webinar here.
Application Deadline for the Fall 2022 enrollment period is December 15, 2021. Applications will open in early September.
Newly Admitted Student? Find more information here.
More information about WSE Admissions
Johns Hopkins University is deeply committed to the dignity and equality of all persons—inclusive of sex, gender, marital status, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and veteran status. Like the university, Robotics is committed to diversity, and welcomes applications from all.
More information on diversity here.