Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education Virtual Webinar 8/11/21
On Wednesday, August 11, join us online at 3:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m for virtual webinar.
Featured program: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Education
The full-time Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD) at the Johns Hopkins School of Education is world-class, research-focused program that prepares exceptional interdisciplinary scholars to investigate policies and practices that improve learning in students from pre-K through secondary school. Immersion in research methods starts on day one. Students benefit from the mentorship of nationally acclaimed education reform researchers in a one-to-one apprenticeship model. The Johns Hopkins PhD favors a whole-school reform approach. Doctoral candidates work in an individually tailored area of interest supported by faculty advisers with a strong emphasis on methodology and statistics, honing the skills necessary for successful research dissertations and to begin productive careers in higher education as professors, researchers, and policymakers at leading research-intensive universities, institutes, and centers.