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Johns Hopkins Carey Business School - Flexible MBA

Johns Hopkins Flexible MBA Program Structure

Our Flexible MBA curriculum is designed to provide working professionals the leadership skills and knowledge to help them launch their careers.

The Flexible MBA curriculum is offered online and in-person. Each semester, students can choose to take classes in either format for the duration of their eight-week course. All students will complete a total of 54 credits, with the freedom to take up to six years to finish the degree. Students following the recommended program plan usually finish the degree in 2.7 years.

Curriculum

Designed to fit the demanding schedules of the working professional, the Flexible MBA offers a curriculum that blends traditional and project-based courses. This allows graduates to successfully advance in their current field or transition into a new sector.

Flexible MBA concentrations in financial businesses, health care management, leading organizations and marketing are offered in-person and online. Not all electives or concentration courses are available in the online format, although we are constantly adding and developing online courses each semester.

Leadership, business instincts, and entrepreneurship aren’t learned from a book. They are developed by doing. Put theory to work and embed yourself in local, national, and international experiential learning opportunities. Our experiential learning electives immerse you in real-world situations with businesses and organizations where your work has immediate impact. Gain the experience you need to succeed in today’s business world.

Class Profile

The most recent Johns Hopkins Flexible MBA class features 133 total students that are, on average, 35-years old. Around 52 percent of the class is represented by male students, with 48 percent female students. Around 2 percent of the class are international citizens.

The GMAT average of the class is 607, the GPA is 3.34, and the average work experience of the program is 8.9 years.

Career Statistics

About 58 percent of graduates report receiving a raise while in the program and the average salary after graduating is $118,826 for the most recent class.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

The tuition for the Johns Hopkins Flexible MBA program is $1,410 per credit, with 54 total credits needed to complete the program. Johns Hopkins University also charges a matriculation fee of $350.

Applicants are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships once they submit. Applicants are also automatically considered for the Carey Business Fellowship.

Fellows receive full tuition and an $18,000 stipend per year. You are eligible for consideration if you have three years of work experience by program start, scored above the 80th percentile on the GMAT/GRE, and have a 3.3 or higher GPA. Finalists are notified during the admissions process.

Admissions

The Johns Hopkins Flexible MBA isn’t for the complacent. Johns Hopkins is for the imaginative, the determined, the people who see possibilities in themselves and in their industries. It’s for those ready to seize opportunity. Two years of work experience are required.

Begin courses in the fall, spring, or summer. Applications accepted on a rolling basis. Application instructions for the Flexible MBA program can be found here.

The following must also be included with an application:

• Transcripts
• Essays
• A resume
• One letter of recommendation
• $100 nonrefundable application fee

We accept scores from both the GMAT and the GRE that are up to five years old and do not have a preference for either test. Be sure to do your research on which exam is best for you.

You may be considered for a waiver if you meet one of the following conditions:

• Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher with quantitative coursework and five or more years of professional/managerial work experience
• An advanced degree (master’s level or higher) that includes quantitative coursework
• Level 1 CFA or CPA designation
• A minimum of 10 years of progressive, managerial work experience and/or senior professional leadership.
• MBA math, an online and self-paced quantitative course, may be required if your undergraduate record does not demonstrate adequate preparation for graduate level quantitative work.

Application deadlines are as follows:

Summer 2020:

Round 1: March 4, 2020
Round 2: May 6, 2020

Fall 2020:

Round 1: April 15, 2020
Round 2: June 3, 2020
Round 3: July 15, 2020

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