Classes in Systems
The Center for System Science and Engineering is based in the Johns Hopkins Department of Civil Engineering. Graduate students interested in pursuing the Systems focus area should express this intent in their application and be interested in working with one of the CSSE-affiliated faculty.
Part-time and online Master’s degrees and certificates in systems are also offered by Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals.
Our students learn to use modeling and simulation to study the performance of complex systems and calculate the effect of changes.
Civil & Systems Engineering (CaSE)
Applied Math for Engineers
Probabilistic Methods in Civil Engineering and Mechanics
Advanced Structural Analysis
Integer and Robust Optimization
An Introduction to Network Modeling
Natural Disaster Risk Modeling
Applied Math and Statistics (AMS)
Introduction to Convexity
Introduction to Control Theory and Optimal Control
Nonlinear Optimization I
Nonlinear Optimization II
Introduction to Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos
Commodities and Commodity Markets
Matrix Analysis and Linear Algebra
Environmental Health and Engineering
Energy Policy and Planning Models
Uncertainty Modeling for Policy & Management Decision Making