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Engineering for Global Health

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Addressing current and emerging global health challenges will require experienced leaders who possess deep skills, broad knowledge, and a thirst for discovery. Create a better future and healthier society with a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins Engineering that focus on this critical area, including Environmental Health and Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

Johns Hopkins Engineering has taken an interdisciplinary approach to learning because that’s what it takes to be fully prepared to address and resolve challenges and give you a competitive edge. Its master’s programmes in engineering that address global health will give you the opportunity to study with and learn from clinicians at its world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital, led by experts from Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, and scientists from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

MSE in Biomedical Engineering
Pursue a variety of careers in research, industry, consulting, government and more, with a master’s degree in biomedical engineering from the #1 ranked Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering programme. The interdisciplinary training and research opportunities with the School of Medicine and Public Health gives you hands-on experience that will prepare you for the challenge to engineer healthcare solutions that impact human health and disease. You can brainstorm, design, prototype, build, and test solutions to clinical challenges in its state-of-the art BME Design Studio.

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Environmental Health and Engineering
Focus on solving critical problems at the nexus of public health and engineering through research and studies in the areas of air pollution and cardio-respiratory diseases, energy management and alternative technologies, environmental chemistry, environmental resource quality, and more in this programme anchored in both Johns Hopkins Engineering and Public Health. Their master’s programmes will prepare you to lead the resolutions of global environmental issues with the training of an engineer and passion of a public health scientist.

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Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Whether developing innovative drug delivery systems, using machine learning to accelerate materials discovery, or creating earth-friendly biofuels, a master’s in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from Johns Hopkins Engineering is one powerful step toward changing the world. With a reputation built on leadership in research, you will experience an education that integrates the exploration of research and the execution of new-found knowledge into practice.

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