The Johns Hopkins University was founded as a research institution in 1876. Since then, the university has grown to include a variety of study areas. Currently, Hopkins comprises 4,998 undergraduate students and 1,784 graduate students. The student population hails from all 50 states and 71 nations. Below is a list that includes the 50 major and 41 minor offerings available to students.
Click here for the list of majors for the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Click here for the list of majors for the Whiting School of Engineering
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Life After Hopkins:
Each summer, the Career Center contacts the undergraduate students in the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering to fill out the office's post-graduate survey. The survey is typically completed by the January of the following year. Graduates are contacted via email to complete an online survey. Throughout the summer, the Career Center repeatedly invites recent graduates to take the online survey. An additional attempt to collect data is made in collaboration with the Office of Annual Giving. Finally, the Phonathon contacts graduates via telephone to collect information from those who have not yet taken the survey online.
The summarized Post-Graduate reports for the last five years can be found at the links below. Each post-graduate survey provides a snapshot into what industries the graduating class enters; their average starting salary; the locations the students are working in; selected organizations they are working for, as well as graduate school information.
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