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  • Johns Hopkins School of Education Open House March 4


    As a recognized leader in education, Johns Hopkins University School of Education (SOE) offers an unparalleled learning experience. Our graduate programs include two doctoral programs, 12 master’s degrees and 16 certificate programs in six key areas of emphasis:

    • Teaching and Learning*

    • Special Education and Gifted Education

    • Administration, Supervision, and Leadership*

    • Counseling and Human Development

    • Public Safety Leadership*

    *Program area offers fully online options
    We prepare you to be an agent of change by equipping you with the scholarly knowledge, applied research experiences and practical tools needed to take on the complexities of the Education field. We invite you to learn more about our graduate programs at our March 4th Graduate Open House.

    The Open House will include faculty-led discussions about program requirements and career pathways. Representatives from the Offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, and alumni will be on hand to answer your questions about the admission process and professional engagement opportunities.
    Join us for an insider's look at an education defined by innovation and driven by evidenced-based research where active learning and immersion in the latest ideas and practices combine to produce a university experience like no other.

    The following programs will not be represented at the March 4, 2017 Open House.

    M.S. in Education, Technology for Educators, Graduate Certificate in Leadership Integration (Online), and the Doctor of Philosophy program will not be represented at the March 4, 2017 event.

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