Through the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, The Advanced Academic Programs offers various online learning opportunities, showcasing both graduate certificates and graduate degree programs, spanning various industries with the goal of providing a world-class Johns Hopkins education in a part-time format.
- Flexibility - Online students don’t commute to a physical classroom. Instead, they work inside a course management system to complete assignments and interact with instructors and classmates. There are due dates for coursework, but students can log in to the course management system at their convenience.
- Excellent Instructors - All AAP courses are taught by highly-accomplished instructors, known for the scholarship and practice of their disciplines. Online courses allow AAP to expand our faculty pool beyond the DC/Baltimore area, offering students the chance to work with excellent instructors from all over the country and the world.
- High levels of interaction - Online students communicate with their instructors and classmates through discussion boards, group assignments, and the occasional live online event. Students often say the online environment allows them to learn as much from their classmates as they do from their instructors and assignments.
Areas of Study
The mission of the Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs is to offer high-quality graduate courses, certificates and degree programs containing a mixture of theory and practice that serve the current and long-term needs of today’s adult learners. AAP’s goal is to create new and innovative degree programs, fellowships, certificates, and academic and social events that give our students the structure and opportunities they need to advance in a personal and professional capacity.
- Liberal Arts
- Museum Studies
- Environmental Science
JHU AAP General Admission Requirements
Admissions requirements vary based on the program you are applying for. For more specific information regarding your program of interest, please contact us or read the relevant program page. However, university-wide admissions criteria include the following:
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university (or current enrollment in the final semester of undergraduate studies). AAP’s Post-Masters’ certificates also require the completion of a master degree or equivalent.
- Applicants who received their bachelor’s degree in a country outside of the United States are required to provide a course-by-course credential evaluation and TOEFL or IELTS scores if English is not their first language.
- Minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. (Meeting the minimum GPA requirement does not guarantee admission.)
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