Admissions Events

Join us at one of our upcoming events.

Want an inside look at a graduate experience defined by innovation and driven by evidence-based research?

Please see below for virtual webinars to learn more about your area of interest, meet some of our faculty and graduates, and connect to the Johns Hopkins School of Education community. You’ll hear presentations and faculty-led discussions about program requirements—as well as career pathways for your area of interest. Representatives from the Offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, Career Services and Alumni will also be on hand to answer your questions about the admission process and professional engagement opportunities.

Join Us For Our Upcoming Spring 2020 Open House – March 21, 2020

Our Open House is an excellent introduction to the Johns Hopkins School of Education and what is like to be a part of our academic community. This event is for undergraduates, graduates, and prospective career-changers, seeking master’s degrees, graduate certificates, or a Doctor of Education (EdD).

If you have already identified a program of interest, this two-hour event will give you the opportunity to dive deeper into an area of study.  As part of the event, you’re invited to attend a program-specific session to meet faculty members, administrators, alumni, and current students who will share information on academic programs, admissions, financial aid, and more.

If you have questions about the event and would like to connect with an Admissions Coordinator, please give us a call at (410) 516-9797 or email us at


Programs marked with a * will be conducted in-person and also streamed to a virtual audience.

Administration and Leadership*
-Master of Science in School Administration & Supervision
-Graduate Certificate in School Administration and Supervision (Online or Face-to- Face)
-Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership for Independent Schools
Counseling & Human Development
-Master of Science in Counseling – Clinical Mental Health
-Master of Science in Counseling – School Counseling (Flex or Accelerated)
-Post-Master’s Certificate in Clinical Mental Health Counseling or Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Counseling
Initial Teacher Education Programs
-Master of Arts in Teaching - Elementary (Accelerated)
-Master of Science in Special Education (Mild to Moderate)
-Urban Teachers Collaboration Program
Special Education
-Graduate Certificate in Autism (Education of Students with Autism and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders)
-Post-Master's Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis
-Master of Science in Special Education – Mild to Moderate (Flex)
-Master of Science in Special Education – Severe Disabilities with Autism Focus
Interdisciplinary Studies
-Master of Science in Educational Studies, Interdisciplinary or Independent Schools options
-Graduate Certificate in Urban Education
-Doctor of Education Online (EdD)

If your program of interest is not listed above, please visit our information sessions on-demand page for additional opportunities. 

Unable to attend the Spring Open House? Request information to receive further details.

Open House Events


Connect with Admissions to learn more about the School of Education. Register for one of our upcoming online or in-person events, including open houses and program and financial aid info sessions.

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Need more in-depth information about academic programs at the Johns Hopkins School of Education? Reach out directly to a program representative.

Contact Us

Office of Admissions
6740 Alexander Bell Drive
Suite 180
Columbia, MD 21046
410-516-9797 (local)
877-548-7631 (toll-free)
410-516-9817 (fax)

Office Hours:
M to F | 8:30 am to 5:00 pm


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Discover the School of Education and our home in Baltimore. Explore our academic offerings and our research expertise. And see how our graduate programs can transform your career and your future.

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Get program info on demand. Browse our archive of recorded virtual information sessions on various academic programs, including master’s, doctoral and certificate programs.


You don’t have to wait for an event to get a feel for the School of Education. Take a virtual tour of our Baltimore Homewood campus or schedule an in-person visit.