How to Apply to an Online Program
The Program Modality question is in effect beginning with the 2024 Fall Term application.
Online master’s degree programs through JHU AAP offer working professionals incredible flexibility to learn from industry experts while maintaining a better work and life balance.
Within the Fall 2024 application, you will be asked to indicate whether you intend to study “Online” or “On Campus”.
About Applying to an Online Program
Nearly every master’s degrees within the Advanced Academic Programs portfolio is offered online. Please visit your specific program’s Admission and Application Requirements page here:
Applications for Online Programs are accepted year-round for fall, spring, or summer term starts, so, there is no application deadline. It is recommended you submit your application materials at least four-to-six weeks before the desired start date. International students should apply at least 3 months before the semester starts.
Application Decision Timeframes
Applicants to Online Programs who have met the Admissions Criteria and submitted a complete application, including all of the required supporting documents and the application fee, will be reviewed on a rolling basis. This means admissions decisions are issued as an individual review is completed.
A tuition deposit is not required to hold a seat upon acceptance into an Online Program.
Regarding Student Visa Support
International students are welcome to apply to become students within JHU AAP’s Online Programs. However, should a student’s visa requirement circumstances change away from learning online, that student will need to reapply for admission into the On-Campus Programs.
Take the Next Step
Whether you are looking to take your career to the next level or make an exciting career change, the Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs division offers a flexible and distinguished education to help you achieve your goals.