Explore our part-time business graduate degrees
Become the kind of business leader who puts people first.
Welcome to the era of New Business. At the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, we approach business with a new philosophy and dedication. Our part-time masters programs focus on real-world skills and business fundamentals viewed through a lens of integrity and ethics. Our students and graduates come from a wide variety of backgrounds and industries with two goals in common: to continue their growth as thoughtful, inclusive leaders and to find business solutions that support more than just the bottom line.
Prepare for Top Positions
The Carey Business School’s distinctive degree programs are designed to support and inspire innovative leaders who want to advance in current careers, establish new career paths, or embark on entrepreneurial pursuits that transform the way business is done.
Choose Your Program
With a grounding in business theory and immersion in fast-growing disciplines and career paths, you'll acquire the tools, context and the confidence to tackle some of the greatest challenges facing society today. Choose from one of the following programs to learn more.
Tailored for Working Professionals
Our AACSB-accredited part-time programs are tailored to the demands of your professional and personal life, letting you stay on your career track while earning your degree.
- Conveniently attend some of our programs on-site, online or both — on-site locations include Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
- Complete your degree within 3 years or take up to 6
- GRE/GMAT waiver request available based on evaluation of work experience and academic background
- Merit-based scholarships are available for those who qualify
- Virtual open house attendees are eligible to receive an application fee waiver – request information to learn how
These part-time programs are intended for students with two or more years of professional experience. For students with minimal work experience, learn more about our full-time programs offered through Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
Students should be aware of additional state-specific information for online programs.state-specific information for online programs.