Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business School - Online MBA
100 International Drive
Baltimore, MD 21202-1099
The Johns Hopkins Business School part-time Flexible MBA program is developing a new generation of business leaders who focus on the new ROI, Return on Integrity. The Carey Business School is tackling society's most vexing problems, including those in four key domains: enterprise risk management, health care management, financial businesses, and real estate and infrastructure. Carey MBA students develop a deep understanding of these key focus areas and so are poised for substantial economic growth and jobs creation.
The rigorous course of study incorporates the essential core management courses of a traditional MBA, followed by coursework in one of nine concentrations*: Financial Businesses, Health Care Management, Marketing, Real Estate and Infrastructure, Management, Enterprise Risk Management, Information Systems, Entrepreneurship, and Interdisciplinary Business.
Established in 1876, Johns Hopkins University is America's first research university. With campuses located in Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC, the University is able to reach a global student body through its online graduate programs. Designed for working professionals, these flexible, part-time, education opportunities are taught by accomplished faculty that bring a relevant mix of theoretical and practical lessons to the coursework to ensure students receive a well-rounded education.
The Business School
Johns Hopkins University is accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). The Carey Business School is accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools as well as the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The master's degree in nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Additionally, the master's program is approved by the Maryland State Board of Examiners of Nurses. Master's and doctoral programs are endorsed by the Maryland State Board for Higher Education.
A master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University offers an instant connection to accomplished faculty and successful alumni, around the country and all over the world. When you graduate from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, you’re joining an extensive network that can connect you to other industry professionals — individuals who can help you pave your path toward continued success.
The basic requirements for all programs are: 3.0 GPA and Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.
You will need the following items (these do not have to be submitted together)
-One letter of recommendation
-GMAT/GRE scores: Students can be considered for a waiver if they 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 (masters level or higher) that includes quantitative coursework
- level 1 CFA
- CPA designation
- minimum of 10 years of progressive, managerial work experience and/or senior professional leadership
-TOEFL or IELTS scores for non-native English speakers.
Application waivers may be granted for students who attend one of the JHU Carey program open houses.
Tuition and Fees
$1,330 per credit*
$100 application fee
$250 matriculation fee
Johns Hopkins University accepts GI benefits
Federal Financial Aid/FAFSA
Federal Unsubsidized loans are a common source of funding for many students. As a graduate student, you can borrow up to $20,500 per year.
A number of students receive tuition reimbursements or scholarships for their graduate education from their employer. Check with your human resources department to see if they have any company allocated funds available for employees.
The Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) offers multiple state grants to help pay for some of your educational expenses.
At the Carey Business School, merit based scholarships are provided to students on a first come, first served basis. There are several scholarships available; the only thing you need to do to be considered is to submit your application by the scholarship deadline.
Johns Hopkins University accepts GI benefits
Conveniently attend some of our programs on-site, online or both
On-site locations include Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Programs at Johns Hopkins - Online MBA
Health Care Management
- MBA can be completed entirely online or with a mix of on-campus classes and online learning
- Average time to complete the MBA is 2.5 years
- GRE / GMAT waivers are available
- Additional MBA concentrations are available to on-campus
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