The Johns Hopkins graduate programs in counseling will provide both aspiring and experienced counselors with the preparation and support needed to achieve success.
The Johns Hopkins School of Education:
Courses of Study
Listed below is a summary of courses of study at The Johns Hopkins School of Education. Click on titles for more information. If you'd rather, you can also explore the school's web site at education.jhu.edu.
Teachers in the MSEd program develop classroom skills as teacher leaders in order to make significant academic gains with their students, meet the needs of the whole child, and have a long term impact in the field of education.
The Division fosters excellence in the delivery of public safety services to all people through quality leadership, innovation, ethics and integrity, embracing differences, and enhancing alliances.
Whether you are just starting out or you are an experienced educator interested in enhancing your knowledge and skills in a specialty area, Johns Hopkins School of Education can get you where you want to go.
The Center maintains a staff of full-time, highly productive sociologists, psychologists, social psychologists, and educators who conduct programmatic research to improve the education system, as well as full-time support staff engaged in developing curricula and providing technical assistance to help schools use the Center’s research.
Candidates for the Johns Hopkins Master of Science in Special Education programs may be recent college graduates or professionals experienced in fields other than teaching who wish to develop special education careers.
The Department of Teacher Development and Leadership supports the continued growth and professional development of teachers, administrators, and other school personnel at various stages of their careers.
The Johns Hopkins Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program prepares candidates for initial certification in Maryland as elementary, secondary, or English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) teachers.
The Center for Technology in Education strives to improve the quality of life of children and youth, particularly those with special needs, through teaching, research, and leadership in the use of technology.