Master of Science in Education – Educational Studies (Collaboration Programs)
Education, especially to the underserved, is a shared mission. That’s why the Johns Hopkins School of Education has partnered with outside organizations such as Teach For America, TNTP, and Urban Teachers to offer Master of Science (MS) in Education degree programs designed to further and deepen the cause of eliminating inequality in today’s classrooms.
The School of Education has collaborated with outside organizations to develop MS in Education degree options specifically designed for teachers who are currently or recently enrolled. If you’re a member or alumni of Teach For America, TNTP, and Urban Teachers, you may be eligible for Johns Hopkins School of Education MS in Education degree programs designed specifically to build on your experience and prepare you for continued leadership and development.
Explore the accelerated online Master of Science in Education built for corps members and alumni of the Teach For America program to attend while actively teaching
This degree program for TNTP Fellows and recent alumni addresses the need for highly effective master level teachers in low-income communities, while also recognizing the changing landscape of education.
This four-year collaborative program includes a 14-month residency in urban schools augmented by clinically-based graduate coursework leading to a Master of Science in Education degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Education.
Learn about the School of Education’s organizational affiliations, partnerships, and school relationships, and explore uniques opportunities to engage community involvement and improvement.
For any questions about specific programs, including upcoming info sessions and events, application process, financial aid, cost, and location, please contact the School of Education’s Office of Admissions to find what you’re looking for.