Registration and Enrollment
Only students who have been admitted to a program (or as a Graduate Special Student) may register for courses.
Students are encouraged to register for courses as early as possible during each registration period since a course may close or be canceled due to low enrollment before the end of registration.
Students may not sit in on a class without being officially registered for that class, nor should they contact instructors to request permission to register for or attend a closed course. Students who fail to complete their registration and sit in on a class will not receive a grade or credit for attending class.
Registration opens several months before each semester begins (see Registration Calendar below). Students who have been admitted to a program may register for courses online using the School of Education’s SIS Self-Service website at https://sis.jhu.edu/, which is available 24 hours a day. Registration materials may also be brought to any campus center or to the Office of the Registrar at the Columbia Center. When registering online, by mail, or by fax, students may choose to pay then or be electronically billed (see Student Accounts for more information).
When initially registering for courses each semester, students will be charged tuition fees and a non-refundable $175 registration fee. Following the initial course registration, students may register for additional courses without being subject to any additional course registration fees.
January intersession is considered a separate semester from the fall and spring semesters. However, students may register for the January intersession at the same time they register for spring semester courses, and one registration fee covers both semesters.
Registrations are processed as they are received. If a selected course is full, a student may be placed in an alternate course.
Please refer to the links below or contact the Office of the Registrar for any specific questions regarding registration.
Listed below are master’s level courses being offered for the Summer 2019 term that are available as electives. Please consult with your advisor if you have questions.
Course Sections Title
ED.871.501 91 Intro to Children and Youth w/ Exceptionalities
ED.871.502 91 Educational Alternatives for Students w/ Special Needs
ED.871.510 91 Legal Aspects, Service Systems and Current Issues
ED.871.512 61 Collaborative Programming in Special Ed.
ED.840.650 91 Physical Science in an Integrated PreK-6
ED.840.671 91 Algebraic and Geometric Thinking in PreK-6
ED.851.512 TDP1/ TDP2 Politics in Education
ED.851.603 TDP1/ TDP2/91 School Law
ED.851.616 61 Issues in K-12 Education Policy
ED.851.646 61 Business Mgmt. & Finance for Indep. Schools
ED.851.705 TDP 1/ TDP2/ 91 Effective Leadership
ED.884.501 1 Advanced Processes and Acquisition of Reading
ED.884.508 61 Methods of Teaching Reading in Secondary Content Area I
ED.893.645 TDP1 Designing and Delivering Online and Blended Learning
ED.810.602 1 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment in School Settings
ED.810.606 91/92 Human Development and Learning
ED.810.607 91/92 Culturally Responsive Teaching
ED.810.665 TDP1 In the age of Change: School Reform
ED. 885.512 91 Twice Exceptional Learners
ED.880.624 61 Evaluation and Research in Education
ED.880.623 91 Instructional Design for Online Learning
ED.893.508 91 Technology and the Science of Learning
ED.893.545 91 Integrating Media into Standards Based Curriculum
ED.893.546 91 Inclusive Technology for all Learners
ED.705.615 Leading and Managing Change
ED.705.635 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
ED.705.605 Ethics, Integrity, and the Responsibility of Leaders
ED.705.720 Leadership: A Developmental Process
ED.705.700 Individual and Group Dynamics
ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR 2018-2019
2018-2019 Academic Calendar
|Summer Semester 2018|
|April 1||Financial aid priority filing date for 2018 summer semester|
|March 27 – May 29||Registration period for 2018 summer semester|
|May 29||Last day to submit graduation application for 2018 summer semester|
|May 30||2018 summer semester/summer session I begins|
|July 2||Date upon which any I (incomplete) grade recorded in SIS for the 2018 spring semester and May session is automatically replaced by an F grade on a student’s academic transcript.
Scholarship deadline for PSL students.
|July 4||Fourth of July holiday; no classes held
|July 11||summer session I ends|
|July 16||summer session II begins|
|August 25||2018 summer semester/summer session II ends|
|December 22||Date upon which any I (incomplete) grade recorded in SIS for the 2018 summer semester is automatically replaced by an F grade on a student’s academic transcript|
|Fall Semester 2018|
|June 1||Financial aid priority filing date for 2018 fall semester|
|June 26 – August 26||Registration period for 2018 fall semester|
|August 27||Last day to submit graduation application for 2018 fall semester|
|August 27||2018 fall semester classes begin|
|September 3||Labor Day holiday; no classes held|
|November 19 – 25||Thanksgiving/fall break; no classes held|
|December 16 – 22||Final examination period for 16-week fall classes|
|December 22||Last day of 2018 fall semester|
|February 15||Scholarship deadline for full-time programs and new students|
|May 13||Date upon which any I (incomplete) grade recorded in SIS for the 2018 fall semester and 2019 January Intersession is automatically replaced by an F grade on a student’s academic transcript|
|January Intersession 2019|
|October 30||Registration begins for 2019 January intersession and 2019 spring semester|
|January 2 - 19||2019 January intersession|
|Spring Semester 2019|
|October 30 – January 21||Registration period for 2019 January intersession and 2019 spring semester|
|November 1||Financial aid priority filing date for 2019 spring semester|
|January 18||Last day to submit graduation application for 2019 spring semester|
|January 21||Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday; no classes held|
|January 22||2019 spring semester classes begin|
|March 15||Scholarship deadline for EdD students|
|April 1||Financial aid priority filing date for 2019 summer semester. Scholarship deadline for all programs, except PSL and EdD|
|May 7 – 13||Final examination period for 16-week spring classes|
|May 13||Last day of 2019 spring semester|
|May 22||SOE Baltimore Graduation Ceremony|
|May 23||University-wide Commencement|
|August 24||Date upon which any I (incomplete) grade recorded in SIS for the 2019 spring semester is automatically replaced by an F grade on a student’s academic transcript|
|June 9||SOE Destination Graduation Ceremony|
|Notes:||Registration for January intersession will start on October 30, when spring registration begins.|
|May session has been eliminated.|
Please note: Not all cohort students are allowed to register using the SIS self-service system. For information on how to register in those circumstances, please contact your cohort coordinator.
To log into SIS in order to register for courses, you must use your JHED login ID, which is assigned to you upon your admission to the SOE. If you do not know this login ID, you can search for yourself on the JHED website, which contains further instructions for setting up your account and password.
Student Email Accounts
Students are also required to set up and use their jhu.edu email account.Instructions are available in our Student Services section. All students will need their JHU email account in order to register for classes. The University sends all correspondence to a student’s JHU email account, so it is important for students to both activate and monitor this email account.
Registration can only be performed by students who have been admitted to a graduate degree or certificate program. Those waiting for their admissions status to be determined may search our Online Course Schedule to view course offerings by semester.
Please note that in the event of extraordinary circumstances, the School of Education may change the normal academic schedule and/or make appropriate changes to course structure, format, and delivery. In the event such changes become necessary, information will be posted on the School of Education web site.
Note: Students should use their student JHED ID number to register for courses. All outstanding debts to Johns Hopkins University must be paid in full in order to register for courses.
We hope that you’ll find the answers to many of your questions on this site. However, please feel free to contact us if you need any additional information.
Office of the Registrar
Johns Hopkins University
School of Education
6740 Alexander Bell Drive
Columbia, MD 21046-2249