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Johns Hopkins is a private graduate school in Baltimore, Maryland. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 19,042 graduate students. Of the 104 graduate programs offered at Johns Hopkins University, 43 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Johns Hopkins University are International Affairs, Teaching, and Finance. 54% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

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I was in a satellite Education program in DC! The classes we great for the most part and most of the staff were excellent. However, the Administration did not always have students' best interests as their top priority. This meant when we had truly terrible teachers, nothing was done to help them get better or help us get the education we deserved. Further, the program is a bit pricey.
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I am a first year graduate student in their online Museum Studies program. So far, I love everything about Johns Hopkins University. My professors have been very attentive and answer all my questions quickly, the work is very relevant and there are so many resources to help me. JHU's admissions office and academic advisors have been in constant contact with me, making sure I was all set for the semester. My student alumni ambassador is a wonderful person who has been helping me with JHU on a personally experienced level as she has graduated from the same program. I am proud to be a part of the JHU community!
Johns Hopkins is obviously well respected, but it is also absolutely exorbitant. Over $4000 per online class is just not affordable, no matter how "respected" the program is. At that price, one would expect there to be something unique about the courses. There isn't. Financial aid is also an absolute morass. Like most universities, Hopkins is not honest about the true demand in the fields it offers, either. I mean, they offer a master's in MUSEUM STUDIES. After half a semester of an online master's, I saw that the massive financial burden for a degree with little demand was not worth it, and dropped out.