The Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus offers part-time graduate courses in several disciplines, including engineering, education, business and biotechnology. Depending on the degree area, students can fully complete their coursework in Montgomery County. Other students take some courses in Baltimore. Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus is also a site for the popular Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Geared toward retirees, these non-credit classes cover topics including opera, literature, history, politics and more. The campus is home to dozens of research companies and entrepreneurs. Scientists on campus are studying cervical cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, cell therapy, proteins and other health issues.