Johns Hopkins University: Columbia, Maryland

The Johns Hopkins University is a world-class university in Baltimore, Maryland, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees.

Johns Hopkins University
6740 Alexander Bell Drive
Columbia, MD 21046
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  • At Johns Hopkins, specialized graduate degree and certificate programs prepare and support you as you develop the knowledge and skills to make a difference in the lives of children with special needs. For those starting their careers, Johns Hopkins off... more >

  • If you are pursuing a school leadership position, there are two ways you can accomplish your goal at Johns Hopkins: The Master of Science in Education degree with a concentration in School Administration and Supervision is designed for teachers and o... more >

  • MSEd in Reading meets Maryland State requirements for Certification as a Reading Specialist. Graduate Certificate in Effective Teaching of Reading meets Maryland State requirements for Certification as a Reading Teacher. more >

  • This program is designed to train counselors to work in a wide range of community and human service settings. This part-time program provides the required academic credits towards licensure in the state of Maryland, and is designed to meet the needs of... more >

  • If you are interested in becoming a leader in effectively integrating technology into your school and classroom to enhance learning, consider the Master of Science in Education program with a concentration in Technology for Educators. Or select among... more >

  • Current certificates with partnership initiatives in STEM education, include Earth/Space Science and Biotechnology Education. more >

  • The Master of Science in Counseling, School Counseling concentration, is a part-time, 48 credit graduate program approved by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE). more >

  • The School of Education offers several graduate certificates for enhanced teacher leadership and development. more >

  • Addressing the needs of teachers seeking knowledge and skills to meet the needs of academically talented students. more >

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