Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School opened in January 2007. It was built using a $50 million donation from William Polk Carey, who wished to name the school after his great-great-great grandfather, a businessman in Baltimore. However, business education at Johns Hopkins dates back to 1916, when the school first began offering classes in Business Economics. The school earned accreditation by the AACSB in February 2017. Grounded in the Johns Hopkins’ legacy of excellence and research, we aren’t trapped by tradition. We’re inspired by it. At Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, we shape business leaders who seize opportunity, inspire change, and create lasting value. Our full-time, part-time, and online MBA and MS degrees in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. are data driven, built to compete in the global marketplace. Our faculty are thought-leaders, trailblazing what’s next in the business world and in the classroom. But a Carey Business School education doesn’t end there. We learn by doing. Our experiential learning courses immerse students on one-day to month-long field projects from Baltimore to Belize and beyond.
With 25,000 graduates and 222,000 Johns Hopkins alumni, a Carey Business School degree opens doors to a powerful network of leaders across the world’s most innovative organizations.
Join a thriving network of classmates, global businesses, and Johns Hopkins institutions. Attend class in Baltimore, one of the country’s oldest, largest, and most diverse cities or in Washington, D.C., the political epicenter of the U.S. Both Johns Hopkins Carey Business School campuses reside in the heart of the nation’s economic, government, cultural, and social center.
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s main campus is situated in Baltimore, Md.’s Harbor East neighborhood. Once home to factories and businesses that comprised much of Baltimore’s industrial heart, Harbor East has emerged as the city’s business hub and the pulse for innovation in Baltimore. Carey’s neighbors range from established firms to newly relocated ventures and thriving start-ups. It is the ideal location, in the ideal city, to pursue a graduate business education – and the next phase of your career.
The Baltimore campus of the Carey Business School is located next to the Inner Harbor in the state-of-the-art Legg Mason Building, featuring almost 146,000 square feet for classrooms, student study areas and organizations, and offices.
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Washington D.C. campus is located in the Dupont Circle neighborhood, just steps from many of the nation’s most prestigious think tanks, research centers, and global corporations as well as famous landmarks like the White House and the U.S. Capitol. In addition, the renowned Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) is just a few steps from campus.
You can also take a virtual tour that brings the Carey campus experience to your desktop, laptop, or mobile device anywhere in the world.
Carey Business School students have the opportunity to study with faculty across the university, including the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab as well as the Schools of Engineering, Public Health, Medicine, Nursing, Arts, and Sciences, and Advanced International Studies.
The Carey School of Business employs 107 full-time faculty members and four Bloomberg Distinguished Professors.
To enhance the learning experience, from time to time, the Carey Business School invites seasoned executives to spend concentrated time on campus and share real-world experiences with the students.
Over 2,386 graduate and undergraduate students are enrolled in the Carey Business School. The students represent more than 60 different countries. Around 43 percent of students are enrolled full-time, with 57 percent enrolled part-time. The majority of the student body is represented by female students at 53 percent, with 47 percent male students. About 48 percent of these students are enrolled in MBA programs, with 51 percent in MS programs, and 1 percent in certification programs.
MBA Degree Offerings
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School offers a full-time Johns Hopkins MBA, as well as a Flexible MBA, and several MBA dual degree programs.