Degree and certificate programs at the Johns Hopkins School of Education equip you to do more than manage the current education landscape. Our graduates—and the faculty they learn from—are leaders in the classroom, in the communities they serve, and in the field of education.
All students, whether online or attending in person at our two campus locations, are connected to the entire School of Education. That means you’ll benefit from direct exposure to the latest practices and theory, guided by world-renowned faculty who came up with them in the first place. It means exploring relationships with our partners and understanding real-world outcomes. It means joining a larger mission, a larger conversation, and a larger community.
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He looked at me and said, ‘Miss Lee, can you be our teacher?’ At that moment, it clicked for me. That he found potential in me was just the reassurance I needed to commit to becoming a teacher.”
Jess Lee, MAT Program
EXPLORE ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
Explore all Master’s Programs at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, and learn more about how we can help you develop your career.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Education is your professional development resource, with certificate programs that move your career ahead.
While the Johns Hopkins University School of Education is primarily a graduate school institution, our Division of Public Safety Leadership does offer a Bachelor’s option. Learn more.
Earn a PhD or EdD at the Johns Hopkins University School of Education, and join a community of scholar-practitioners who are changing the face of education.
No matter where in the world you are, you can enroll in select programs at the School of Education. Learn more about our online offerings.
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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.