Johns Hopkins University Reviews of Master's in Engineering

  • 5 Reviews
  • Baltimore (MD)
  • Annual Tuition: $57,556
100% of 5 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 5 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 5/22/2017
  • Degree: Engineering
"It is one of the best graduate programs available. The amount of research opportunities in Biomedical Engineering is outstanding and allows to apply the knowledge from the courses and further learn by hands-on experience. I also personally like the fact that this is a small school, with a relatively relaxed campus atmosphere that allows for relaxation between work sessions"
Ashish Rana
  • Reviewed: 9/16/2013
  • Degree: Engineering
"challenging courses but very accessible faculty. Emphasis on good teaching. Campus is very beautiful."
Austin Young
  • Reviewed: 12/23/2012
  • Degree: Engineering
"I am currently a masters student in the BS/MS program of Materials Science and Engineering. The main pros of the program lie in the closeness of the department. Very good teacher to student ratio causes a very close relationship with professors. Also, closeness with other students allows for a decrease in cut-throat personalities in comparison to other departments. The only con is that it many classes are based on performance in comparison to the rest of the class. In a school with many high performing students, this can tend to become intimidating."
Nandini Muthusubramanian
  • Reviewed: 10/8/2012
  • Degree: Engineering
"My graduate program is really expensive in terms of tuition fees. The university does not provide many funding opportunities for international students."
Leen Alawieh
  • Reviewed: 10/8/2012
  • Degree: Engineering
"The graduate program at Hopkins is particularly unique in being interdisciplinary in nature, which is a crucial aspect for good quality research. The Graduate Student Organization is also one of the things that makes graduate school at Hopkins more than fun."