based on 6 students ratings
I got to know about this college from one of the career fairs organized at my previous school. There I saw the presentation of the college and got attracted to the infrastructure and facilities they provide. After completing my bachelor's I applied to the university online by paying an application fee of $75.
The rigorous curriculum is focused on the fundamentals of computer science, statistics, and applied mathematics, simultaneously incorporating real-world examples. We are getting prepared to succeed in specialized jobs involving everything from the data pipeline and storage to statistical analysis.
Since I was in school, I wanted to become a computer scientist. Getting admission to computer engineering at Johns Hopkins University was a dream come true because of its worldwide reputation as it is counted among the top 10 universities of US news and worldwide rankings. Also, many notable alumni like Woodrow Wilson, John A Weeler have graduated from this University. The application process was also very easy, I applied through the common application along with an application fee of $70.
The program of the course included expertise in several areas such as computer science, maths, basic science, humanities, and social science. The course duration is of 4 years. My favorite program was computer ethics where I learned about policies, legal and moral issues related to the computer science profession.
Pre-Medical Program and also the flexibility to take classes outside of the core curriculum with the need to only fill bucket requirements. Additionally, it's in the city so ease of access to various food and entertainment.
It is okay.
Primarily ranking, opportunities, major, discipline, professors, had a medical school. JHU has an extremely high # of students who get into medical school also. It also was one of the few schools that I got accepted into.
I would appreciate it if it didn't change so much. The course curriculum is also definitely extremely challenging and some classes aren't unnecessary. However, I never know what I need and I feel like I'm taking too many things at once.
The diversity of premed resources including a close hospital with ample undergraduate research opportunities, shadowing and clinical volunteering, and strong pre-professional advising experience getting people into medical school.
I have loved my biology classes although the requirement for physics is unnecessary. I think having more electives offered to underclassmen would improve morale and lead to a greater camaraderie among people of the same major.
The prestige mostly. At the time I thought that I wanted to be a doctor and Johns Hopkins Hospital had such a great reputation that I thought the university would prepare me for being a good physician.
I thought that there should be a looser interpretation of what qualifies as an upper-level science class at Hopkins. We are limited to mostly molecular and cellular biology science classes and I believe that limited me and having a broad understanding of medicine.