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Johns Hopkins University Courses and Requirements

Johns Hopkins University is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland. Founded in 1876, Johns Hopkins University is the oldest research university in the United States and home to nine world-class academic divisions working together as one university.

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This institution is one of the most prestigious universities in the United States and is consistently ranked among the top universities in the world.

Johns Hopkins University faculty and students teach, learn, and study across over 400 programs in the humanities, the health professions, business, international studies, the arts and music, engineering, the social and natural sciences, and education.

Johns Hopkins University offers several undergraduate and graduate courses in many subject areas for you to choose from. Most US and international students choose to pursue a degree at Johns Hopkins because of its high graduate-level courses. These students are undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.

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Johns Hopkins University Courses

There are various undergraduate and postgraduate programs offered in the school that you can enroll in. Johns Hopkins University also offers free online courses with certificates for professionals, lifelong learners, and international students who are willing to learn from their comfort zone.

Below is a list of graduate and undergraduate programs offered by Johns Hopkins University for both citizens and international students.

A

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  • AS.010 (History of Art)
  • AS.020 (Biology)
  • AS.030 (Chemistry)
  • AS.040 (Classics)
  • AS.050 (Cognitive Science)
  • AS.060 (English)
  • AS.061 (Film and Media Studies)
  • AS.070 (Anthropology)
  • AS.080 (Neuroscience)
  • AS.100 (History)
  • AS.110 (Mathematics)
  • AS.130 (Near Eastern Studies)
  • AS.136 (Archaeology)
  • AS.140 (History of Science, Medicine, and Technology)
  • AS.145 (Medicine, Science and the Humanities)
  • AS.150 (Philosophy)
  • AS.171 (Physics & Astronomy)
  • AS.180 (Economics)
  • AS.190 (Political Science)
  • AS.192 (International Studies)
  • AS.194 (Islamic Studies)
  • AS.196 (Agora Institute)
  • AS.200 (Psychological & Brain Sciences)
  • AS.210 (Modern Languages & Literatures)
  • AS.220 (Writing Seminars)
  • AS.225 (Theatre Arts & Studies)
  • AS.230 (Sociology)
  • AS.250 (Biophysics)
  • AS.270 (Earth & Planetary Sciences)
  • AS.280 (Public Health Studies)
  • AS.290 (Behavioral Biology)
  • AS.300 (Comparative Thought and Literature)
  • AS.310 (East Asian Studies)
  • AS.360 (Interdepartmental)
  • AS.361 (Program in Latin American Studies)
  • AS.362 (Center for Africana Studies)
  • AS.363 (Study of Women, Gender, & Sexuality)
  • AS.370 (Center for Language Education)
  • AS.371 (Art)
  • AS.374 (Military Science)
  • AS.376 (Music)
  • AS.389 (Program in Museums and Society)
  • AS.410 ( Biotechnology)
  • AS.420 ( Environmental Sciences)
  • AS.425 ( Energy Policy and Climate)
  • AS.430 ( Geographic Information Systems)
  • AS.440 ( Applied Economics)
  • AS.450 ( Liberal Arts)
  • AS.455 ( Film and Media)
  • AS.460 ( Museum Studies)
  • AS.465 ( Cultural Heritage Management)
  • AS.470 ( Government)
  • AS.472 ( Geospatial Intelligence)
  • AS.475 ( Research Administration)
  • AS.480 ( Communication)
  • AS.485 ( Organizational Leadership)
  • AS.490 ( Writing)
  • AS.491 ( Science Writing)
  • AS.492 ( Teaching Writing)
  • AS.492 (Non-Departmental)
  • AS.990 (-JHU Department)
  • AS.999 (AAP)

B

  • BU.001 (Graduate Business)
  • BU.001 (MBA)
  • BU.120 (Management)
  • BU.132 (Real Estate)
  • BU.210 (Finance)
  • BU.300 (Information Systems)
  • BU.410 (Marketing)
  • BU.510 (Quantitative Methods)
  • BU.550 (Business of Health)
  • BU.610 (Operations Management)

E

  • ED. (Education)
  • EN.500 (General Engineering)
  • EN.510 (Materials Science & Engineering)
  • EN.515 (Materials Science and Engineering)
  • EN.520 (Electrical & Computer Engineering)
  • EN.525 (Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • EN.530 (Mechanical Engineering)
  • EN.535 (Mechanical Engineering)
  • EN.540 (Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering)
  • EN.545 (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering)
  • EN.553 (Applied Mathematics & Statistics)
  • EN.555 (Financial Mathematics)
  • EN.560 (Civil Engineering)
  • EN.565 (Civil Engineering)
  • EN.570 (Environmental Health and Engineering)
  • EN.575 (Environmental Engineering and Science)
  • EN.575 (Environmental Engineering)
  • EN.575 (Environmental Planning and Management)
  • EN.580 (Biomedical Engineering)
  • EN.585 (Applied Biomedical Engineering)
  • EN.595 (Engineering Management)
  • EN.601 (Computer Science)
  • EN.605 (Computer Science)
  • EN.615 (Applied Physics)
  • EN.625 (Applied and Computational Mathematics)
  • EN.635 (Information Systems Engineering)
  • EN.645 (Systems Engineering)
  • EN.650 (Information Security Institute)
  • EN.655 (Healthcare Systems Engineering)
  • EN.660 (Center for Leadership Education)
  • EN.670 (Institute for NanoBioTechnology)
  • EN.675 (Space Systems Engineering)
  • EN.685 (Data Science)
  • EN.695 (Cybersecurity)
  • EN.700 (Doctor of Engineering)

M

  • ME.100 (Biophysics)
  • ME.110 (Cell Biology)
  • ME.120 (Art as Applied to Medicine)
  • ME.130 (Functional Anatomy and Evolution)
  • ME.140 (Gynecology and Obstetrics)
  • ME.150 (History of Medicine)
  • ME.200 (Neurology)
  • ME.210 (Biomedical Engineering)
  • ME.220 (Dermatology)
  • ME.250 (Health Sciences Informatics)
  • ME.260 (Molecular Biology and Genetics)
  • ME.280 (Ophthalmology)
  • ME.290 (Otolaryngology)
  • ME.300 (Pathology)
  • ME.320 (Pediatrics)
  • ME.330 (Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences)
  • ME.340 (Biological Chemistry)
  • ME.360 (Physiology)
  • ME.370 (Psychiatry)
  • ME.380 (Surgery)
  • ME.381 (Plastic Surgery)
  • ME.390 (Neurosurgery)
  • ME.400 (Orthopedic Surgery)
  • ME.420 (Radiology)
  • ME.440 (Neuroscience)
  • ME.510 (Oncology)
  • ME.520 (Emergency Medicine)
  • ME.560 (Urology)
  • ME.570 (Anesthesiology)
  • ME.580 (Biomedical Engineering)
  • ME.600 (Health Sciences Informatics)
  • ME.680 (Comparative Medicine)
  • ME.700 (Immunology)
  • ME.710 (Human Genetics)
  • ME.711 (Berman Bioethics Institute)
  • ME.712 (The Welch Center)
  • ME.714 (The Bloomberg School of Public Health)
  • ME.715 (Non-Departmental)
  • ME.716 (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation)
  • ME.717 (Radiation Oncology)
  • ME.718 (Institute of Genetic Medicine)
  • ME.800 (Interdepartmental)

N

  • NR (Nursing)

P

  • PH.120 (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)
  • PH.140 (Biostatistics)
  • PH.220 (International Health)
  • PH.260 (Molecular Microbiology and Immunology)
  • PH.300 (Health Policy and Management)
  • PH.330 (Mental Health)
  • PH.340 (Epidemiology)
  • PH.380 (Population Family and Reproductive Health)
  • PH.390 (Clinical Investigation)
  • PH.410 (Health Behavior and Society)
  • PH.550 (Extradepartmental Studies)
  • PH.600 (Online Programs for Applied Learning)
  • PH.700 (Berman Institute)
  • PY.010 (Studio Lessons)
  • PY.113 (Recitals)
  • PY.123 (General Studies)
  • PY.123 (Professional Studies)
  • PY.250 (Humanities – Language)
  • PY.260 (Humanities – Liberal Arts)
  • PY.310 (Composition)
  • PY.320 (New Media)
  • PY.330 (Conducting)
  • PY.350 (Computer Music)
  • PY.380 (Historical Performance)
  • PY.410 (Brass)
  • PY.415 (Percussion)
  • PY.420 (Harp)
  • PY.425 (Strings)
  • PY.430 (Woodwinds)
  • PY.450 (Ensemble Arts)
  • PY.450 (Piano/Keyboard)
  • PY.460 (Organ)
  • PY.470 (Guitar)
  • PY.510 (Music Education)
  • PY.520 (Pedagogy)
  • PY.530 (Voice)
  • PY.540 (Opera)
  • PY.550 (Recording Arts and Sciences)
  • PY.570 (Jazz)
  • PY.610 (Musicology)
  • PY.710 (Music Theory)
  • PY.715 (Music Theory – ET/SS)
  • PY.715 (Music Theory – Keyboard Studies)
  • PY.800 (Dance)
  • PY.910 (Ensembles – Large)
  • PY.950 (Ensembles – Small/Chamber)

S

  • SA.100 (Core Courses)
  • SA.310 (International Economics)
  • SA.500 (Development, Climate & Sustainability)
  • SA.501 (Technology & Culture)
  • SA.502 (Security Strategy, &Statecraft)
  • SA.503 (States Markets Institutions)
  • SA.510 (International Economics, & Finance)
  • SA.550 (Africa)
  • SA.551 (The Americas)
  • SA.552 (Asia)
  • SA.553 (China)
  • SA.554 (Europe & Eurasia)
  • SA.555 (The Middle East)
  • SA.556 (The United States)
  • SA.600 (International Relations)
  • SA.620 (Global Policy)
  • SA.630 (Global Risk)

Above is the list of Johns Hopkins University undergraduate and postgraduate courses and the admission requirements. You can check the school website at https://www.jhu.edu for further details on the courses offered and the requirements for enrollment.

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