Johns Hopkins Launches New Joint MBA Program

The new program's focus is international relations, is set to launch in fall 2021

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has partnered with the university's School of Advanced International Studies to launch a new joint MBA / Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR) program.

The new joint program will allow students to explore topics in business and international relations simultaneously. The MAIR program explores topics like geopolitics, international markets, leadership, and more, while arming students with "professional and substantive insights for developing an extensive global mindset to tackle real-world problem-solving," according to a news release from the school.

The Carey MBA offers two pathway options: Health, Technology, and Innovation or Analytics, Leadership, and Innovation. 

The joint MBA / MAIR program takes three years to complete. The first year will be spent at the School of Advanced International Studies, and the second at the Carey school. Students will split the third year between the two schools. 

For more information, please see the Carey Business School's MBA / MAIR webpage. 


Image: AgnosticPreachersKid / CC BY-SA 3.0 (cropped)

Related Business Schools

Baltimore, Maryland 13 Followers 24 Discussions

More MBA News

Feb 07, 2024

London Business School Announces New 1-Year MBA

Feb 07, 2024

More MBA News

MBA Articles

The Rise of Joint-Degree Programs in MBA and Sustainability

Feb 21, 2024

Business schools have developed new joint-degree programs that blend business acumen and environmental stewardship

The Rise of 12-Month MBA Programs: A Swift Path to Success

Feb 06, 2024

High demand for more flexible and efficient educational models has given rise to “accelerated” programs

Is the MBA Job Market Slowing Down?

Jan 22, 2024

Employment rates at America’s most elite business schools are falling amid layoffs and pay freezes in consulting, banking and technology

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists