On Tuesday, August 8, join us online from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m EST for a virtual information session about our Doctor of Education (EdD) program.
Exceptional education-practitioners will engage with an internationally renowned faculty to cultivate and practice curiosity, critical discourse, and perspective taking in a unique and rigorous course of study using the lenses of social justice, systems thinking, appropriate research methods, and empirical inquiry.
Coursework includes the latest research on the social determinants of education; mind, brain, and teaching; entrepreneurship; data and measurement; and technology. The re-designed program allows our doctoral students to customize their program by expanding their choice of electives so they may focus more deeply on their professional interests that align with their problem of practice. Our online EdD prepares education-practitioners to be transformational leaders within their professional contexts.
The vision of the Johns Hopkins EdD program is to impact complex educational problems across the globe by preparing education-practitioners to think critically about problems within their education environment and develop the deep understanding and insights to lead positive, sustained change within those educational contexts. Johns Hopkins graduates create new areas of research, promote distribution and utilization of research findings in professional practice, and contribute to a wider public discourse and policy.