Master’s Programs

The School of Education is leading the way with the latest research into how learning happens, with the implementation of new methods and ideas, with partnerships and direct learning experiences that go deep into the communities we serve.

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Take your next step with a Johns Hopkins master’s degree.

OUR PROGRAMS

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION

SOE’s array of Master of Science in Education degree programs develop specialty expertise for educators in all career phases. Programs include School Administration & Supervision, Technology for Educators, Reading, Gifted Education, and Educational Studies (with specializations in Independent Schools and Interdisciplinary Studies).

MASTER OF ARTS IN TEACHING (MAT)

Pursue the Master of Arts in Teaching that connects you with Johns Hopkins School of Education research, resources, and community partnerships, and prepare to lead in the classroom and beyond.

MASTER OF EDUCATION IN THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS

This groundbreaking program, created in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Schools of Business, Education, Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health, prepares medical professionals to relate to the styles of adult learners in health fields.

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

Whether you’re pursuing a career in special education or developing an expertise in this critical field, the Johns Hopkins School of Education has full-time, part-time, professional certification, or non-certification options in a variety of specializations.

COUNSELING MASTER’S PROGRAMS

Make a positive impact in the lives of those you serve by getting exposure to the most up-to-date and evidence-based methods in the field of counseling. Concentrations include school counseling and clinical mental health counseling.

PUBLIC SAFETY LEADERSHIP MASTER’S PROGRAMS

The Division of Public Safety Leadership offers Master of Science programs in both Organizational Leadership and Intelligence Analysis, each designed to give public safety professionals the tools they need to address complex problems in the communities they serve.

VISIT ADMISSIONS & FINANCIAL AID

For any questions about specific programs, including upcoming info sessions and events, application process, financial aid, cost, and location, reach out to the School of Education’s offices of Admissions and Financial Aid to find what you’re looking for.

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