Master of Science in Engineering Management students in graduation attire.The Johns Hopkins Master of Science in Engineering Management Program

The Johns Hopkins Master of Science in Engineering Management program unites technical expertise and training in leadership and management to allow you to advance your career more quickly and successfully work in and lead international and multidisciplinary teams in a variety of industries. 

Consult for startups, discover problems worth solving, design prototypes and business plans, collaborate with our industry partners on real-world projects. In JHU’s MSEM program, gain the skills you need to enter your desired field, to become an entrepreneur, or to pursue roles in product management, consulting, engineering, and more.

The MSEM program curriculum consists of two tracks:

MSEM Tracks

Explore MSEM track options.

Management Track

MSEM's management track provides students with the skills they need to lead effectively in multidisciplinary, international teams.

Technical Track

The MSEM technical track is designed to deepen students' knowledge and skills in a particular engineering area, preparing them for their desired career path.

MSEM Projects

Throughout the program, MSEM students complete a number of hands-on, real-world projects, including course projects, the Immersion Program, and the Hospital Project.

Success at JHU

  • MEMPC Member

    Johns Hopkins is a member of the MEMPC. The Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC) is a small group of highly selective and forward-thinking professional graduate engineering management programs. Learn more about MEMPC.

  • MSEM Services & Support

    Learn more about the resources, internship opportunities, and the JHU health insurance available to MSEM students. Go to Services & Support.

  • Get Real-World Experience

    Through our hands-on programs with industry partners, like the Johns Hopkins Hospital Project, get an immersive experience that will build both the technical knowledge and leadership skills you need to progress in your field. Go to the Hospital Project.

I am responsible for creating new process and training when it comes to proper systems engineering requirements and architecture work [in my current job]. The information and skills I learned at MSEM was crucial in getting me to this point in my career and at such an accelerated rate.

Max Wieder MSEM '12