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School of Education at Johns Hopkins University

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If it was easy, you wouldn't be interested.

Let us prepare you to become a certified counselor.

Counseling and Human Development programs are committed to preparing students who have:

  • a high level of competence
  • the skills to research and evaluate their practice
  • extensive  knowledge of counseling theories and practice that can serve  many diverse, ethnic, socioeconomic and cultural schools communities
  • learned the core values of counseling: promoting research, commitment to diversity, and understanding human development theories

Program benefits include:

  •  a nationally recognized evidenced-based counseling curriculum aligned with national and state standards
  •  a distinguished faculty with extensive counseling experience
  •  a strong support system through partnerships with schools districts and mental health settings

Learn about our programs or connect with an admissions representative 1-877-JHU-SOE1 or soe.info@jhu.edu

Application deadline is February 1, 2014 for Fall Semester.

 

Ranked #2 for Best Graduate Schools of Education by US News & World Report