Why Consider Online Learning?Online courses at Johns Hopkins are a convenient option for busy or working students. Online degree options are often a preference for older students or those who work full-time. Do school work on your time when it's convenient for you.
Johns Hopkins Online Degree Options
Johns Hopkins University offers 6 different online degrees.
In the 2014 - 2015 school year, 249 students graduated from Johns Hopkins with an online bachelor's degree.
|Online Degree||2014 - 2015 Graduates|
|Computer Information Systems||48|
How Many Students Participate in Online Learning at Johns Hopkins University?
Of the 21,372 students currently enrolled at Johns Hopkins University, about 28.1% (6,013) participate in some form of distance or online learning, and 4,046 students take classes exclusively online.
Students enrolled in online programs live in a variety of places. 1,187 live in Maryland, 4,046 live in the U.S.A. and none live outside of the U.S.A. Long live the Internet!
The following chart shows you how many students are involved in online classes depending on their degree. Non-Seekers are students who are not currently enrolled in a degree program.
|Undergraduate degree seeking students represent 28.3% of the Johns Hopkins University student body.|
A small minority of undergraduate degree seekers (2.7%) take at least one class online.
Of the 164 who take at least one online course, none take all their courses online.
|Undergraduate students who are not seeking a degree represent 1.5% of the Johns Hopkins University student body.|
The vast majority of undergraduate non-degree seekers (83.3%) take at least one class online.
Of the 265 who take at least one online course, the vast majority (100.0%) take all their courses online.
The 265 undergraduate non-seekers who take all their classes live in the following places.
|Graduate students represent 70.3% of the Johns Hopkins University student body.|
The minority of graduate students (37.2%) take at least one class online.
Of the 5,584 who take at least one online course, the majority (67.7%) take all their courses online.
The 3,781 graduate students who take all their classes online live in the following places.
For more information, check out our section on Graduations at Johns Hopkins University.