The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School
One of the newest schools of its kind in the world, the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School was established in 2007 with a gift of $50 million from Trustee Emeritus Wm. Polk Carey. The school draws upon the strengths of other Johns Hopkins schools, including the Bloomberg School of Public Health, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, Whiting School of Engineering, and Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School shares the Johns Hopkins University’s dedication to improving lives on a global scale by addressing pivotal societal issues, including health, poverty, education, and environmental sustainability through rigorous research and education. This means the transformation of business education, and repurposing the traditional business school toolkit to reflect our principles of humanity, compassion, innovation, and opportunity.
The world needs leaders who understand how business shapes the future and influences our behavior across industries, continents, and cultures.
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School teaches business with humanity in mind.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has a complete spectrum of programs emphasizing sustainability, ethics, and best business practices; tapping world-renowned experts throughout the university; and targeted to today’s and tomorrow’s most promising fields and careers.
Graduate degree programs offered include:
- Global MBA (full-time)
- Flexible MBA
- Executive MBA
- MBA in Medical Services Management
- MS in Finance
- MS in Marketing
- MS in Information Systems
- MS in Real Estate (full and part-time)
“I chose the Carey Business School to pursue my MBA because of the outstanding Johns Hopkins brand. The school has a strong, diverse student body, which makes the learning experience challenging and meaningful. My program, in particular, was mostly project-based. Through these projects I was able to expand upon my communication, strategic thinking, and leadership skills.” – Michelle Henley
“The school has had several recent changes-a new state-of-the-art flagship campus, an increased variety of business classes, and greater diversity in every program, including instructors, students, and course material. Students benefit from these changes, and they will see more exciting differences both in the school and themselves in the future as a result.” – Fei Wang