The Carey Business School is the business school of Johns Hopkins University, America’s first academic research institution. Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Carey Business School was founded on the principle that business is not an end unto itself but a means for building a more successful society. We are dedicated to the development of new business knowledge and to the education of exemplary business leaders and citizens. Our Mission

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Research Philosophy

The Carey Business School faculty produces thought-provoking scholarship that covers a range of academic disciplines, excels at crossing disciplinary boundaries and addresses society’s pressing challenges. Our faculty is composed of top academics along with a range of business professionals.  

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Education Philosophy

Carey seeks to educate a new generation of leaders who will solve today’s problems and tomorrow’s challenges. Our courses combine theoretical building blocks with practical knowledge, using a variety of teaching methods including case study, experiential learning, simulations, and civic service.

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Johns Hopkins Legacy

Johns Hopkins University has remained a world leader in both teaching and research for 140 years with a network of more than 200,000 alumni worldwide.  The Carey Business School brings a business perspective to the proud Johns Hopkins legacy.

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Sutcliffe Research: ‘Resilience-in-Action’ Key to Team Success

The backwoods and business offices seem worlds apart. But a sport in which competing teams navigate wilderness courses on hiking boots, mountain bikes, and boats has provided a Johns Hopkins University researcher with a context for studying how organizations handle adversity. Whether in the wild or a corporate tower, teams that practice “resilience-in-action” – not just bearing the shocks of extreme situations but also finding ways to persevere and even improve – are poised to emerge as winners, says Kathleen Sutcliffe, a Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Distinguished Professor who specializes in organization theory and holds appointments at JHU’s Carey Business School and School of Medicine.

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Baltimore, MD (Harbor East)

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Washington, D.C. (Dupont Circle)

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