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Johns Hopkins enrolls more than 24,000 full- and part-time students throughout nine academic divisions. Our faculty and students study, teach, and learn across more than 260 programs in the arts and music, the humanities, the social and natural sciences, engineering, international studies, education, business, and the health professions.

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Adolescent Health

Certificate Full-time Part-time Hybrid In-person
  • Bloomberg School of Public Health

The certificate builds on the student’s existing clinical knowledge and the clinical, research, and/or program/policy-related skills being developed through a degree or training program. It focuses on adolescent pregnancy, substance abuse, and violence prevention and on mental health promotion.

The certificate is open to currently enrolled masters, doctoral , and post-doctoral students at the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the JHU School of Nursing. It is also open to JHU School of Medicine fellows, Urban Health residents, and Preventive Medicine residents.

Advanced Graduate Study in Counseling

Certificate In-person
  • School of Education

The Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study is an advanced 30-credit, post-master's program with a concentration in counseling and clinical supervision for counselors who wish to enhance those skills. Students develop individualized programs with specialized concentrations with their adviser's approval.

Advanced Graduate Study in Liberal Arts

Certificate Part-time In-person
  • Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

The Certificate Program for Advanced Graduate Study in the Liberal Arts empowers students to stoke their intellectual curiosity, passion, and diversity beyond graduation. It provides the ideal opportunity for the lifelong learner to continue to explore the world from an academic perspective—and in so doing, better understand their potential as dynamic thinkers.

Advanced Media Studies

  • Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

The discipline of media studies has emerged from the cultural studies, critical theory, and philological disciplines dedicated to historical, cultural, and linguistic analysis of how ideas are communicated. In today’s global media market, digital and other emerging media have become so widespread that they demand their own field of specialized research.

The Center for Advanced Media Studies (CAMS) aims to fulfill this need within the Johns Hopkins community by establishing fellowships and residencies, organizing workshops, lecture series, and screenings/gallery installations, and broadly supporting the burgeoning field of advanced media studies. The center is geared toward graduate students with an interest in media studies, but is open to the larger Johns Hopkins and Baltimore communities.

Advanced Methods for Differentiated Instruction and Inclusive Education

Certificate Part-time In-person
  • School of Education

This 15-credit certificate program is designed for educators who are challenged by students' varied learning backgrounds and needs. Program content provides practical classroom-based methodologies for educators teaching within heterogeneous classroom settings. Educators acquire methodologies for differentiating curriculum outcomes and instructional techniques to effectively teach the range of students in classrooms today, including students with disabilities, bilingual backgrounds, at-risk students, typical learners, and gifted learners.

Africana Studies

Major Minor Full-time In-person
  • Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

The Center for Africana Studies pursues broad inquiry into the ideas and experiences of African peoples throughout the world. Its interdisciplinary approach is organized around three major sub-fields: African studies, African-American studies, and studies of the African diaspora.

The center's work spans diverse academic disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, and public health. While its sub-fields possess distinct and distinctive intellectual traditions, they offer exciting possibilities for comparative as well as integrative inquiry.

 

Anatomy

Doctoral Full-time In-person
  • School of Medicine

The F.A.E. Graduate Program provides individualized attention for each student. All students are required to engage in independent research, and a laboratory research rotation under faculty guidance begins soon after their arrival. Research may involve our large collection of fossil vertebrates, our broad array of casts of recent and fossil mammal dentitions, or various samples of human historic and archaeological material. Research is further facilitated by access to the extensive collections of recent and fossil vertebrates at the National Museum of Natural History (Smithsonian Institution), Washington, D.C., which is only an hour away. The F.A.E. program also offers opportunities for field work, including research on the ecology of living primates and other mammals in Costa Rica and on Eocene vertebrate faunas in Wyoming.

Students are required to take courses in human anatomy and embryology, organ histology, evolutionary biology, biomechanics, mammalian and primate evolution, and statistics, while other course work is arranged to suit the requirements and interests of the individual. In addition, a comprehensive oral examination by the end of the second year. After completing the human anatomy course, each student also gains valuable experience as a teaching assistant for medical and undergraduate human anatomy courses.
As a result of the interdisciplinary training of the F.A.E. Graduate Program, our graduates are well equipped to face the challenge of today's academic job market. See the links below for further information about the program.

Anthropology

Doctoral Major Minor Full-time In-person
  • Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

This major combines the study of social and cultural theory with the empirical study of everyday life, social organization, cultural and political expression, and forms of imagination across human cultures past and present, including those of the students themselves.

The Department of Anthropology at Johns Hopkins is one of the few in the country that focuses exclusively on socio-cultural anthropology, one of the four traditional subfields of the discipline. The department’s faculty conduct field research in the Americas, South Asia, the Middle East, and sub-Saharan Africa.

Applied & Computational Mathematics

Certificate Master's Part-time Hybrid In-person
  • Whiting School of Engineering

Today's advances in areas as diverse as biomedicine, the Internet, communications, defense technologies, and commerce all require individuals with a sound background in applied mathematics and computation. Mathematical tools make it possible to create representations of the world that facilitate analysis of a problem. The computational side provides the means for producing the numbers, graphics, rules and other output that enable designers and decision-makers to solve the problem.

Our part-time Applied and Computational Mathematics trains you in both of these essential aspects of modern analysis—mathematical and computational—preparing you to understand and then solve critical problems in a wide range of application areas. Students may choose from optional concentrations in Probability and Statistics, Applied Analysis, Operations Research, Information Technology and Computation, and Simulation and Modeling.

Applied Behavior Analysis

Certificate Part-time In-person
  • School of Education

The Post-Master’s Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, designed for special educators, administrators, and school counselors, will offer specific coursework and training in the field of applied behavior analysis. Special education teachers who complete the program will be better prepared to meet the needs of a growing population of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).