Grounded in Johns Hopkins’ 150-year legacy of excellence and research, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School shapes business leaders who seize opportunity, inspire change, and create lasting value for society. We bring a modern business perspective to Johns Hopkins by shaping leaders who build for what’s next ™ in the global marketplace. Our full-time, part-time, and online MBA and MS degrees are data driven and built to compete in the global marketplace. Our faculty are thought leaders, pointing the way to what’s next in the business world and in the classroom. And at Carey, we learn by doing. Our experiential learning courses immerse students from Baltimore to Belize and beyond.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s newly redesigned full-time MBA prepares graduates with analytical and leadership skills to advance their careers and excel in the ever-changing business world. Students learn to take a data-driven approach to problem solving and critical decision making. Immersive curricular and co-curricular experiences also guide students to stand out as leaders equipped with strategic skills and the ability to inspire diverse teams. Johns Hopkins MBA students have the option to choose the Health, Technology, and Innovation specialization, which capitalizes on Johns Hopkins’ world-renowned leadership in medicine, nursing, public health, and advanced biotechnology. Students explore technology-driven, human-centered solutions to complex health challenges. Experiential courses and co-curricular activities for this specialization will focus on a broad range of health-related fields. Carey’s part-time Flexible MBA can be completed in person or online.
Carey also offers specialized master’s programs in finance, real estate and infrastructure, information systems, marketing, health care management, and business analytics and risk management. The full-time finance, information systems, marketing, and business analytics and risk management degree programs are STEM-designated.
For more information about our programs in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and online, visit carey.jhu.edu.