Johns Hopkins Carey Business School - Johns Hopkins MBA
Johns Hopkins MBA Program Structure
‘At Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, our redesigned MBA sets the new standard for a modern business degree. New technology has upended nearly every industry. Businesses are evolving to embrace cutting-edge tech, adopting an entrepreneurial sense of agility, and learning to thrive within change. A business degree program must do the same. So, we re-imagined our MBA for modern business students. Business is evolving, so are we. Join us in building better businesses, stronger communities, and improved industries. Together, we build for what’s next.’
The full-time MBA program is a two-year program. Currently, all classes take place at the Baltimore, MD campus location.
Immersive learning and experiential courses create a diverse and thorough learning environment for students. First, students may choose from two pathways: Analytics, Leadership, & Innovation or Health, Technology, & Innovation. After that, the 54 credit-program consists of a foundational week, a comprehensive curriculum of core classes and electives, and 4 experiential learning courses where students gain real world experience.
The revised curriculum similarly accelerates a student’s professional growth trajectory with market-ready skills, networking experiences, and career preparation. During their time in the program, students develop a data-driven approach to problem solving and critical decision making.
At the Carey Business School, the experiential learning isn’t just a teaching method. It is fully integrated and sequentially planned to help students develop analytics and leadership skills. These skills, furthermore, will help students engage in increasingly challenging experiential learning courses throughout their MBA program.
The student experience culminates in the Innovation Field Project in year two when all MBA students partner with an outside business and spend five weeks planning and three weeks embedded onsite to provide insightful business solutions, translate analytic findings, and present data-driven and actionable business recommendations.
With analytic training, leadership skills, and experience solving cutting-edge business problems, students graduate ready to advance in their careers. During their first year, each MBA student is paired with a cross-functional team of professional advisors. Meanwhile, the advisory team stays with the students throughout their time at Johns Hopkins to cultivate their executive presence and leadership effectiveness.
About 49 percent of the class is female students, with 51 percent male students. The majority of the class, about 68%, are international students.
The average GMAT score is 670 and the GPA of the class is 3.51. Furthermore, the average work experience of the class is around 4.7 years.
An estimated 93.2 percent of Carey full-time MBA grads from the most recent graduating class gained employment within three months of graduation. In addition, graduates earned an average starting salary of just under $109,000 and an average signing bonus of over $16,000.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid for the Johns Hopkins MBA
Tuition for the Johns Hopkins MBA is currently $62,500.
First, all applicants are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships after submitting. They will also receive automatic consideration for the Carey Business Fellowship.
Additionally, 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. During the admissions process, finalists will receive their notification.
Applicants for the Johns Hopkins MBA program must include the following in their application:
- A resume
- Two essays
- One letter of recommendation
- GMAT/GRE scores
- TOEFL or IELTS scores for non-native English speakers
- $100 application fee
Finally, strong candidates will receive an interview invitation after submitting their application.
During the application process, find further instructions here.
Fall 2022 Deadlines
MBA: Full-Time MBA and Design Leadership (MA/MBA)
|DEADLINES||EARLY ACTION: FULL-TIME MBA ONLY||ROUND 1||ROUND 2||ROUND 3|
|Candidate deadline||September 15, 2021||October 27, 2021||January 26, 2022||April 6, 2022|
|Decision release||October 27, 2021||December 15, 2021||March 16, 2022||May 4, 2022|
|Deposit deadline||December 1, 2021||January 26, 2022||April 13, 2022||June 1, 2022|