1916: Business Economics courses begin, launching 90-yr legacy of part-time business education at JHU
2006: William P. Carey gives $50MM to establish the Carey Business School, named in memory of Carey’s great-great-great grandfather (James Carey), opens in 2007
2010: Launched first full-time MBA program
2013: MS degree programs in finance & marketing offered full-time
2017: Earned AACSB accreditation
Carey seeks to educate a new generation of leaders who will solve today’s problems and tomorrow’schallenges. Our courses combine theoretical building blocks with practical knowledge, using a variety ofteaching methods including case study, experiential learning, simulations, and civic service. Specialemphasis is given to four business sectors vital to the future economy: financial enterprises, health caremanagement, enterprise risk management, and real estate and infrastructure. By bringing togetherfaculty with a focus on both academic research as well as those with considerable professionalexperience, Carey seeks to give students the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful leaders andlifelong learners.
Our Baltimore and Washington, D.C. teams include coaching and employer relations professionals from diverse backgrounds and industries. The mission of our office is to provide opportunities for you to build professional skills and competencies that are essential for success in the career search. Resources and events offer opportunities for the following:
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Student Success Center (SSC) provides quality in-person, online, and drop-in tutoring to help students improve writing and quantitative skills. Visit the SSC website for more information, hours, and resources.
Library Centers for the Carey Business School are located at the Harbor East, Homewood (main campus), and at the Krieger Arts and Sciences Washington, D.C. location. Librarians are available for individual help or group information sessions.
Student organizations enhance the quality of life at the Carey Business School. Each year’s clubs are shaped by the interests of the current students—students are also encouraged to create new clubs. Visit B-Involved, our online platform for student activities and leadership at jhucarey.collegiatelink.net/.
The Student Government Association represents all the students in the Carey Business School and plays an important leadership role in all aspects of student life from academics, community involvement, representation on various school and university- wide organizations, and organizing social functions for students.
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schoolsof Business (AACSB), the world’s leading authority on the quality assurance of business school programs.As well as regional accreditation from Middle States Commissions on Higher Education (MSCHE)