The Graduate Program in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technologyprepares students for scholarly careers in teaching, research and policy, exploring the histories of global health and disease, biomedicine, medical ways of knowing, healing practices and the body.
Dr. Roy Ziegelstein, the Vice Dean for Education at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, welcomes students to the Hopkins family. Lauren - Graduate Student Orientation Lauren explains why she chose to move to the east coast for Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and what excites her the most about the program.
Sociology, Ph.D. Due to the larger than expected number of students who enrolled in the PhD Program of the Department of Sociology recently, the Department will not be accepting applications this fall for its PhD Program for the 2020-2021 academic year. The Department will resume accepting applications a year from now for the 2021-2022 academic.The PhD program will help you to further your expertise as scholars of international relations. Doctor of International Affairs The Doctor of International Affairs is designed for experienced professionals who seek to further their expertise through an advanced practitioner’s degree.The Bloomberg School offers three different doctoral degree programs. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) Doctor of Science (ScD).
The PhD program at Johns Hopkins SAIS will help you to further your expertise as scholars of international relations. During your studies you will work closely with a faculty advisor to develop an academic plan that best supports your dissertation research.Read More
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN EDUCATION The School of Education’s full-time PhD program offers a unique learning experience where the course of study is individually tailored based on the student’s interest in finding solutions to pressing problems in education. Select applicants receive full tuition and a stipend. Doctor of Philosophy in Education.Read More
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As director of a graduate training program, I am charged with the responsibility of ensuring that our students get the best education that we can possibly provide. Fortunately, that is an easy task at an environment such as Johns Hopkins. We are able to offer one of the most rigorous and expansive scientific training arenas in the world.Read More
In 1883, G. Stanley Hall founded the first psychological laboratory in America at Johns Hopkins University. American psychology has undergone many changes since then, and the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Hopkins has played a key role in that evolution.Read More
In 1999, the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions (JHMI) created the innovative Graduate Program in Pathobiology. Centered in the Department of Pathology, the program includes carefully selected faculty of many departments of the School of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health.Read More
The Hopkins graduate program is designed for students who desire a PhD in chemistry while advancing scientific knowledge for humankind. The graduate program provides students with the background and technical expertise required to be leaders in their field and to pursue independent research.Read More
Graduate programs in physics and astronomy at Johns Hopkins University are among the top programs in the field. Students engage in original research starting in their first semester and have flexibility in choosing their course of research and designing their path through the program.Read More
Advance the theoretical foundation of nursing practice and healthcare delivery with a Johns Hopkins PhD in nursing. By graduation, most Hopkins nurse scholars have been awarded grants that continue their research and set them well on their way to a successful career. Learn From the Best.Read More
Graduate programs BME’s unique positioning within the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine provides students with opportunities to engage with some of the best clinical scientists in the world.Read More