About Us

Johns Hopkins Engineering’s Lifelong Learning offers a portfolio of non-degree professional education programs that meet the upskilling and reskilling needs of professionals in industry, government, and not-for-profit organizations.

Our Lifelong Learning program draws instructors from world-renowned Johns Hopkins faculty, staff at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, and industry professionals to design and deliver multi-day courses, executive education programs, short online courses, webinars, and academic conferences on a variety of topics, including healthcare, biomedical engineering, public health, data science, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, energy, and climate.

Courses are designed in partnership with Hopkins Engineering’s Center for Learning Design and Technology (CLDT) and Center for Digital Media Initiatives (CDMI), who bring expertise in instructional design, instructional technology, and multimedia design.

Our courses feature a small cohort size and include learning strategies such as case studies, simulations, small and whole-group activities, and hands-on project work.

Our short programs — workshops and executive educations programs — are offered in both in-person and virtual-live formats. We have conferencing and classroom space on our Homewood campus in Baltimore, our Mt. Washington campus, and the Applied Physics Lab in Laurel. Our conferencing space at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. is expected to become available starting spring 2023. We also have state-of-the-art studios on our Homewood campus and at the Applied Physics Lab for virtual-live delivery of workshops. These studios have been nationally recognized for their effectiveness in transitioning instruction from the classroom to online during COVID-19.

Skills learned today can be applied to your job tomorrow. Enhance your career with Johns Hopkins Engineering Lifelong Learning.


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