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ABACUS Undergraduate Certificate

This intensive noncredit three-week program teaches non-business majors essential business skills and problem-solving techniques.


African Studies

The African Studies Program focuses on key political, economic and social questions in contemporary Africa. The program covers domestic and global aspects of African development, drawing on comparative approaches from the social sciences along with extensive contexual and historical knowledge of African countries. Students gain a strong foundation in both theory and applied knowledge.


Africana Studies (Center for)

Degrees offered: Minor, BA


American Foreign Policy

Through historical data and a better understanding of cultures, SAIS students and faculty strive to better understand American Foreign Policy.


Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

Our goal is to train residents who are sought after by the leading academic anesthesiology programs for their faculty and by the top clinical practices.


Anthropology

Degrees offered: BA, PhD


Applied and Computational Mathematics

Degrees offered: MS, post-master’s certificate
Part-time


Applied Biomedical Engineering

Degrees offered: MS, post-masters certificate
Part-time


Applied Economics


Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Degrees offered: BA, BS, MA, MS, MSE, PhD


Applied Physics

Degrees offered: MS, post-master’s certificate
Part-time


Arabic Languages Program

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Archaeology

Degrees offered: BA


Art as Applied to Medicine

The Department of Art as Applied to Medicine is a leader in the field of visual communication for science and health care. Built on a strong foundation of scientific knowledge, artistic technique, and clear visual communication, the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine has maintained the highest standards while embracing new medical, scientific, and communication technologies.


Art Workshops

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Asian Studies

Asian Studies is a broad field that provides an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the trends shaping Asia in the 21st century. Students in Asian Studies select a concentration in China, Japan, Korea, South Asia or Southeast Asia.


Audiology

The Johns Hopkins Division of Audiology (also known as Hopkins Hearing) provides a comprehensive approach to hearing health care services for patients of all ages.


History of Art

Degrees offered: Minor, BA, MA, PhD


Physics and Astronomy

Degrees offered: Minor, BA, BS, MA, PhD


 

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