The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has announced that it is redesigning its flagship MBA program for 2020.
The updated MBA will feature a focus on data-driven approaches to problem-solving and critical decision-making. As such it will include a "Big Data Consulting Project," where students will get practical experience working with real companies on business challenges.
Similarly, the MBA will also include a Field Project, where students will work directly with real companies across different industries and sectors.
Johns Hopkins MBA students will now also have the option of pursuing a specialization in Health, Technology, and Innovation.
The school has also announced that its full-time MS in Marketing program will be STEM-designated from the fall of 2020. This means that overseas graduates of the program will have the possibility of extending their post-degree work visa.
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