PART-TIME GRADUATE BUSINESS DEGREES
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PART-TIME GRADUATE BUSINESS DEGREES FOR AMBITIOUS WORKING PROFESSIONALS
At Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, we build leaders who create lasting value in an ever-changing world.
Designed for working professionals, our AACSB-accredited part-time programs help you balance the demands of your career and personal life. Gain the skills and business fundamentals to advance your career, establish yourself in a new industry, or forge an entrepreneurial path.
Challenge the status quo, collaborate with students from a wide variety of backgrounds, and find business solutions that support more than just the bottom line.
FOUR DISTINCT PROGRAMS
Our four programs combine the Johns Hopkins legacy of excellence and research with Carey's ingenuity as a modern business school. Prepare to face and overcome the greatest challenges companies encounter today—no matter which field you enter.
Acquire skills to become a business leader and choose among six in-demand concentrations.
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE
Enhance your ability to analyze data, implement change, and impact the long-term financial sustainability of any business.
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT
Improve health care quality and access by harnessing the resources, reputation, and experience of Johns Hopkins University.
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MARKETING
Build a connection between your brand and the right audience with targeted strategies in a rapidly evolving marketplace.
AN EDUCATION BUILT FOR YOUR LIFE
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School degree benefits:
- Learn on-site, online, or both—learn on-site in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
- Take up to six years to complete your degree on your schedule
- GRE/GMAT waiver available if you qualify
- Merit-based scholarships if you qualify
- Application fee waiver available if you attend a program virtual open house.
“A lot of classes I'm taking are helping me do my job better right now.”
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