Take an online math course with experts at Johns Hopkins University.
Exceptional high school, undergraduate, and graduate students along with adult learners can gain a competitive edge by choosing from 24 online classes for credit with esteemed Johns Hopkins mathematics instructors. Students can earn up to four college credits on a Hopkins transcript from the comfort of home.
Each fall, spring, and summer semester, a full undergraduate curriculum is available, from College Algebra to Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Real Analysis, and beyond, Students gain mastery through online content and expert instructors.
Johns Hopkins has a long history of preeminence in mathematics research. Since its inception in 1876, the Department of Mathematics at Johns Hopkins has been a place of active research and innovative education.
A flexible weekly schedule accommodates all student schedules and time zones, and courses include pre-recorded lectures, notes, and interactives to help students learn the material. Assessments include computer-scored items for immediate feedback as well as instructor-graded assignments for personalized learning. Students have access to instructors through email or individual reviews, and weekly instructor-led synchronous problem-solving sessions are recorded to view any time. Students should expect to work a minimum of 5-10 hours per week.
Who can take online Math classes?
High school students, undergraduates at other institutions, graduate students, and adult learners can enroll in any summer, fall, or spring online course. Current Hopkins undergraduates can enroll in summer or January sessions.
Spring 2024 course registration is now closed.
For information about Summer 2024 courses, please visit summer.jhu.edu.
Fall 2024 Course Information:
Registration for Fall 2024 online math courses will open on Monday June 10. The last day to enroll for the Fall semester, which starts on Monday August 26, is Thursday August 22.
- All online courses are 4 credits with the exception of 110.102 College Algebra which is 3 credits.
- Tuition for 4 credit courses is $4,916. Tuition for the 3 credit 110.102 College Algebra is $3,687. For students who have completed their undergraduate degree and are looking for courses for graduate pre-requisites or for enrichment the tuition is $1,696 per course.
- To apply for an upcoming course, please fill out the Application form. There is an $85 USD application fee for new students.
I found Math 201 Linear Algebra to be a great course with fascinating material that prepared me for my graduate studies. The instructor, Dr Specter, genuinely wants to help his students succeed and has patience when you don’t understand something.
This challenging course will satiate anyone with intellectual curiosity. The flexible nature of the course accommodates different student schedules and the design of the course allowed me to interact with my classmates from all over the world.
If you need linear algebra as a prerequisite course for grad programs, I recommend the online class at JHU.Lauren Rackley, MPS, UNC Alumna