Johns Hopkins University

School of Education

Master of Arts in Teaching

Address:

2800 N Charles St

Baltimore, MD 21218

United States

Phone:

1-877-548-7631

Program Information

Degrees Offered:

Master of Arts in Teaching

Format: Campus

Program Description:

Students in the Master of Arts in Teaching program benefit from extensive field experience in local partnership schools. They teach for two full semesters supervised by experts, setting SOE’s program apart. This experience exposes them to leaders in educational thought and practice, and imbues their training with the prestige that can only come from Johns Hopkins.

Go beyond basic certification training. Be a leader in the classroom and beyond. Find out why people who hire our graduates say Johns Hopkins School of Education MAT grads in their first year of teaching look more like experienced teachers.

Explore the range of enrollment options offered by the Johns Hopkins School of Education Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, including flexible, accelerated, and specialty partnership programs such as the Baltimore Education Fellows.

MAT ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

Learn more about requirements, coursework, certifications, and outcomes associated with the Johns Hopkins School of Education MAT enrollment option of your choice:

Accelerated Master of Arts in Teaching
The accelerated program allows candidates to complete a nationally accredited Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree that includes a supervised one-year teaching internship. The program is designed to develop and support innovative teachers committed to reaching the needs of today’s diverse learners in a variety of school settings over a 12-month format.

Flexible Master of Arts in Teaching
The flexible Master of Arts in Teaching option is designed for career-changers and for individuals who need more flexibility to earn teaching certification. This 39-credit option begins each semester and allows students to progress in the course work at their own pace within the 5-year time limit set for completion of the degree. Candidates take courses with accelerated MAT candidates at both the Baltimore and Columbia campuses. Successful candidates are eligible for certification and earn the degree of Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT).  As the final step in the program, candidates complete a full-time, 100-day clinical internship during which time they are not allowed to hold outside employment, unless they are a full-time teacher in their own private or public school classroom.

Accreditation:

NCATE is the professional accrediting organization for schools, colleges, and departments of education in the United States.

Facts & Figures

Financial Aid: Yes

International Financial Aid: Yes

Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): 774 USD

Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive

Locale: Large City

Size & Settings: 20,000-39,999

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