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