Cohort Graduate Programs and School Partnerships
What is a cohort? A cohort is a group of students who work together through an academic program to achieve the same academic degree together.
The School of Education offers hybrid and fully online master's degree and certificate cohort program options through site-based locations near you or school partnerships. The following programs offer cohort options:
We offer hybrid and fully online site-based cohorts in the following county locations. Teachers may enroll in their county location of choice at a discounted rate:
Upcoming Information Sessions
Join us for an information session in your county to learn more about the benefits of a graduate cohort. Attendees will have the opportunity to begin the application on-site, and the $60 application fee will be waived for all attendees!
Virtual Information Session (All County Teachers)
Cohort Program Highlights
- Lockstep format
- Entire program conducted in or near your school
Class meets the same night once a week for the duration of the program (summer class schedules may vary)
Most programs will be completed within two years or less
Hybrid programs and fully online cohort options
- Online programs have dedicated 8-week synchronous sessions one night a week
Professionally and Personally Rewarding
Earn your master’s degree, hone your leadership skills, and increase your salary potential
Expand your network of colleagues
Deepen your understanding of the role education plays in society and your ability to improve the quality of life for all children and the community at large
Accredited Quality Programs
Approved by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE)
Renowned as the program of choice in the greater Baltimore region
High-impact learning and mission-driven curriculum
Affordable Tuition and Scholarships Available
15% tuition discount for cohorts
Financial aid and monthly payment plans available
- Merit-based scholarships available from $1,000-1,500
How to apply?
Cohorts begin each fall (September) and spring (January) semester. We are currently accepting applications for the Spring 2020 and Fall 2020 term. Please review deadlines and admission requirements below.
Applicants are encouraged to apply early for priority consideration for scholarships and space in the cohort. These cohorts are available to the first 25 students to apply and be accepted. Applicants will be considered with rolling admission after the priority deadline as space is available. Limited scholarship opportunities are available to those who apply by the scholarship deadline. Scholarships are given based on merit as evident in the application. Admission does not guarantee a scholarship.
| Spring 2020
|| Dec. 1
|| Dec. 16
| Fall 2020
|| June 1
Steps to Apply:
- Submit the online application for cohort programs.
- You will receive an email with your login information to complete next steps.
- Log in and upload supplemental materials, which include submitting your essay and any optional documents (resume, letter of recommendation).
Send official transcripts or e-scripts of colleges/universities attended to:
Office of Graduate Admission
Timonium Graduate Center
2034 Greenspring Drive
Timonium, MD 21093
Financial Aid and Payment Options
Learn more about various financial aid opportunities and payment options.
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