Cohort Graduate Programs Virtual Opportunities

One-on-one teaching session, and small group session

Loyola University Maryland's School of Education offers prospective students virtual opportunities to learn more about our cohort graduate program offerings and its benefits.

Loyola offers hybrid and fully online master's and certificate cohort programs for educators. Convenient locations are offered through our site-based locations and educators benefit from a 15% tuition discount.

Upcoming Virtual Information Sessions

Why attend a virtual information session?

  • Learn about the benefits and highlights of the cohort graduate programs
  • Learn about the admission process and how the convenience of our cohort programs can be a good fit for you
  • Learn about the tuition discount and scholarship opportunities
  • Have your $60 application fee waived
  • Meet your recruitment team
  • Obtain more in-depth information about each of our cohort programs
  • Ask questions related to the cohort graduate programs
  • Discover a supportive community committed to your success

Virtual Events

Educator Perspectives : "Putting Your Degree to Work After Graduation"

Have you considered the different career paths available to you after graduating from Loyola? On Tuesday, February 22, 2022; 5 p.m. EST.  Join us for an exclusive virtual career night event where you can learn how to put your Loyola degree to work soon after graduation!

Hear from our alumni from the Educational Technology, Leadership, Literacy, Curriculum and Instruction, Master of Arts (MAT), and School Counseling graduate programs as they share the career path they took after graduation and how their Loyola degree helped them achieve their professional goals. This will be a great opportunity to learn how you can advance your career, ask questions, and network with those who have similar interests as you. This webinar will be moderated by Dr. Kelly Keane, senior lecturer and director of the Educational Technology program. This event is free and open to the public. 

Register for Putting Your Degree to Work After Graduation Webinar

Leadership Workshop Series: Communication and Expanding Your Professional Capacity

Expand your knowledge of effective communication skills for your toolkit. Get an understanding of the concepts of crisp and concise communication for conversations and correspondence. Learn the importance of adherence to district vernacular for practice.

Date: Monday, February 21, 6:30 - 8 p.m. EST.

Guest Speaker: Dr. Donna S. Hollingshead, former associate superintendent of school administration, Montgomery County Public Schools

Moderator: Dr. Myra J. Smith, senior lecturer, Educational Leadership

Register for Communication and Expanding Your Professional Capacity Workshop

Leadership Workshop Series: Essentials for Effective Leaders

Gain insight into how exceptional leaders manage and operate with a high level of excellence. Learn how to focus on your own professional growth and understand perceptions of excellence in leadership. Learn how to identify the significance of accountability.

Date: Monday, March 21, 6: 30 - 8 p.m. EST.

Guest Speaker: Dr. Nashae Bennett, educator with Baltimore County Public Schools

Moderator: Dr. Myra J. Smith, senior lecturer, Educational Leadership

Register for Essentials for Effective Leaders Workshop

Want to schedule a one-on-one session with a recruiter?

If you're not available for an upcoming virtual session, please complete the form below to schedule a one-on-one session with a member of the recruitment team.



Megan Herman
I chose Loyola due to its focus on students and their whole person. Loyola’s cohort partnership with Montgomery County Public Schools, where I work, made it very convenient to take classes! The professors and internship site supervisors support and guide you through the process of becoming a school leader. Megan Herman
M.Ed. Educational Leadership, '18 Classroom Teacher, Montgomery County Public Schools
Nia Wilkes
Because of my degree, my Principal created an instructional technology position for me at my school. I'm so thankful for my experience at Loyola, I'm more knowledgeable, more confident and a leader among my peers. I've made lasting friendships and professional connections. Nia Wilkes
M.Ed. in Educational Technology, '16 Instructional Technology Teacher, Lewisdale Elementary School, Prince George's County
Eboni Akpan Zook
I like the cohort experience because, throughout my program, I take classes with nearly the same group of peers with whom I started. As we are familiar with each other, we are able to dig deeper into controversial topics and take risks in sharing our thoughts and experiences as educators. Eboni Akpan Zook
M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice, expected '20 Technology Teacher, Baltimore City Public Schools