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.
The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School
Baltimore (and Rockville, MD - Columbia, MD - and Washington, DC)
Global MBA is only Full-Time program.
This new business school is actively pursuing AACSB accreditation. We look forward to joining the b-school rankings. Like the other schools at the Johns Hopkins University, the Carey Business School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Universities.
At the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, we consider a range of criteria when reviewing applications for admission; academic achievement, strong potential for success as a student and professional, active community involvement, excellent communication skills, strong recommendations and standardized test scores which vary by program.
Our application is online, and most supporting documents can be uploaded through the online application. All official documents that need to be mailed (including transcripts, credential evaluations, and official test scores) should be sent to:
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Office of Admissions
100 International Drive
Baltimore, MD 21202-1099
The Career Services office of the Carey Business School works closely with students from enrollment through graduation and beyond. It serves as the recruiting link between the school’s students and alumni and the corporate, government, and nonprofit sectors, providing students and alumni with career management guidance, professional networking opportunities, and resources for advancement. Additionally, it assists students who seek experiential learning venues, internships, or full-time opportunities.
Career Services—Strategies for managing your future
A total of nearly 1,600 students were enrolled in the Carey Business School as of spring 2011. Of these, 85.6 percent were graduate degree candidates, 9.3 percent bachelor’s degree candidates, and 5.1 percent were enrolled in graduate certificate programs. The student body delineates in an approximately 60:40 male-to-female ratio. International students total 24.3 percent of the student body, and represent a total of 80 countries. Average age varies by program, but ranges from the late 20s to the early 30s.
Carey students fit the mold of the renowned Johns Hopkins scholar—dedicated, self-motivated, and creative thinkers and problem solvers. They feature diverse backgrounds and work (and life) experience, and bring intellectual creativity, optimism, and leadership to the classroom.
- Type of Institution: Public
- Total Undergraduate Enrollment: 9.1 % of total 1,577 students overall enrolled
- Total Graduate Enrollment: 90.9% of total students overall enrolled
- Average Age Undergraduate: 31 Average age for all programs: 32
- Average Age Graduate: 32
- Average High School GPA— Undergraduate: 3.81; Graduate: 3.49
- Percent of Undergraduate Enrollment by Gender—Female: 41.7%; Male: 58.3%
- Percent of Graduate Enrollment by Gender—Female: 39.85%; Male: 60.2%
- Percent of Undergraduate who are full-time students: 53.5%
- Percent of Undergraduates who are part-time students: 46.5%
- Percent of Graduates who are full-time students: 30.1 %
- Percent of Graduates who are part-time students: 69.9%
- Percent of Undergraduate Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity: