The Johns Hopkins School of Education is pleased to announce its online Master of Science in Education program for current TNTP Fellows and recent alumni is entering a second year. This exciting program addresses the need for highly effective master level teachers in low-income communities, while also recognizing the changing landscape of education.
The program is being made available across the country using an online delivery model that is both highly interactive and rigorous with the goal of developing transformational teachers who will:
The SOE's online platform and its associated E-Portfolio will enable TNTP Fellows nationwide to be connected with their SOE faculty and fellow students who provide the resources, coaching and support needed to flourish in their teaching assignments, while earning a master's degree from a world-renowned research university.
The Johns Hopkins School of Education has developed an innovative online, two-year program for teacher preparation that is aligned with TNTP's programming and will help shape the next generation of educational leaders in our nation’s public schools.
Students will earn a Master of Science (MS) in Education with a concentration in Educational Studies. The master's program equates to 39 credits, of which 30 are earned credits over the two year degree. The 39 credits break down as follows:
View sample program plan here.
To be eligible for the Master of Science in Education program, applicants must be current Fellows on track to passing ACE or alumni of TNTP that successfully passed the ACE assessment, and be teaching in a school.
Fellows should begin the admissions process by submitting an online application and requesting official transcripts from the institution where your previous degree(s) was earned to be sent to the School of Education's admissions office. TNTP applicants are waived from the $80 application fee.
To access the online application and for step-by-step instructions on filling out and submitting the application for admission, please visit the Admissions Process page. The turnaround time to a decision is generally 6-8 weeks from the date of application.
There are a number of financial benefits that have been created for TNTP Fellows who enroll in the JHU program. These include:
Reduced program costs
Sample cost breakdown for Fall 2017 cohort:
* subject to change
Availability of financial aid and payment plans
Note: The MS degree offered by the Johns Hopkins University School of Education does not award teacher certification or licensure. Rather, each respective TNTP region handles certification for their Fellows.
Students should be aware of additional state-specific information for online programs.