MBA/Master of Public Health

  • JY  Tian
    “All my experiences at Carey helped me to not only secure the job I got after graduation, but also develop my mental capabilities to adapt to new environments and challenges.” JY Tian | Alumnus | MS in Marketing
  • Maia  Sciupac Arteaga
    “I knew I was headed for an MBA, but I didn’t want to go to just any business school. I wanted to go to a school that teaches the value of people over profits. I want to be part of a generation of future business leaders that have that vision in mind.” Maia Sciupac Arteaga | Student | Flexible MBA
  • Obafemi  Ayanbadejo
    “I looked at many schools, but Johns Hopkins had the name recognition, the credibility, the alumni, and the international focus that excited me. I knew it had to be Hopkins.” Obafemi Ayanbadejo | Student | Executive MBA
  • J.J. Reidy
    “It’s not what you would envision for a business school. It’s applied learning; it’s hands on. The culture of the school is kind of like a startup. You wear a lot of different hats, and you help build the culture of the school.” J.J. Reidy | Alumnus | Global MBA
  • William  Agresti, PhD
    “The Carey MSIS program bridges technology and business, preparing you to lead analytics, big data, and infrastructure IT initiatives for your organization.” William Agresti, PhD | Faculty | MS in Information Systems
  • Joseph  D’Antuono
    “When I was looking for schools, I wanted to know what the value add was beyond the classroom. I found that value in the high quality of students across Carey and Hopkins. It is an incredibly diverse and academically impressive student body - a true testament to the global reach of our school.” Joseph D’Antuono | Student | Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Federico Bandi
    “Our goal is to educate the finance professional of the future: deeply knowledgeable in an area of expertise and yet well-rounded; focused on the maximization of shareholder’s value and yet socially responsible.” Federico Bandi | Faculty | MS in Finance
  • Alex Babington
    “Out of all the schools I looked at, the Carey Business School best fit my schedule and the one that was going to give me the most reward at the end.” Alex Babington | Alumnus | Executive MBA
  • Dewayne Whitfield
    “With the design portion of the degree program you learn to synthesize solutions. With the business degree portion, we learn to analyze and implement the solutions we develop.” Dewayne Whitfield | Student | MBA/MA in Design Leadership
  • Elizabeth Galbut
    “At Carey, ‘business with humanity in mind’ is more than just a value shared by students and faculty alike; it is a deeply respected value, and a focus that the school conveys each and every day.” Elizabeth Galbut | Alumnus | MBA/MA in Design Leadership
  • George Bittar
    “It really jumped me six years ahead, and I know it never would’ve happened without me pursuing the business degree. I am convinced I wouldn’t have even gotten where I am today without it.” George Bittar | Student | Flexible MBA
  • Matt Ellis
    “Carey was really the only option as far as I was concerned. The school’s motto, ‘doing business with humanity in mind,’ strongly resonated with where I was coming from and where I want to go.” Matt Ellis | Student | Global MBA
  • Jarrett Bauer
    “One of the reasons I chose Carey is because they didn’t apologize. It’s a school that is different, that approaches business in a different way, and owns it. The program really enables you to focus on what you want to do when you graduate; it allows you to think outside the box. To me, there couldn’t be a better program.” Jarrett Bauer | Alumnus | Global MBA
  • Dan Givol
    ““As a student, you can tell that the people who come to work here want to build something big. It’s not just another business school. The point is to build a legacy, and to change the way business is taught and practiced. I believe in this, and I see myself as part of that mission. This school offers an opportunity to build something meaningful.” ” Dan Givol | Student | Global MBA
  • Heather  Reichardt
    “I have worked for Marriott International for many years. The Carey MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure program gave me perspective on real estate beyond my work in the hotel industry. My Carey degree also has broadened my industry perspective well beyond my current role.” Heather Reichardt | Alumnus | MS in Real Estate and Infrastructure
  • Lu Gao
    “When I was an intern at one of the big four accounting firms, I helped my supervisors to build financial statements every day and I think my classes were very helpful in improving my applicable skills and knowledge.” Lu Gao | Student | MS in Finance
  • Chester Chambers
    “The Carey Business School Enterprise Risk Management program is about training managers to handle the risk that goes along with running an enterprise. The students who leave this program are much better equipped than a typical MBA and most managers, to be honest with you. ” Chester Chambers | Faculty | MS in Enterprise Risk Management
  • Ilsa Snyder
    “I chose Johns Hopkins for the concentration in real estate. It's very well known in the field as being an excellent real estate education.” Ilsa Snyder | Alumnus | Global MBA concentration in Real Estate
  • Arielle Slam
    “I chose Johns Hopkins University because of its powerful role in advancing global health and healthcare. I knew that I needed the dual program to equip me with both the technical health expertise and also the business acumen.” Arielle Slam | Alumnus | MBA/MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH
MBA/Master of Public Health

The MBA/MPH provides experienced professionals with the skills and confidence to become successful leaders in health organizations.



21 or 23 months


$12,660 per term for 8 terms

Inside Look Into MBA/Master of Public Health

Program Features

A healthy society is the best environment for good business.

The Johns Hopkins dual MBA/MPH is the ideal degree program for health professionals who want to expand their business knowledge, expertise, and career opportunities.

Administered in conjunction with the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, this accelerated program teaches the managerial skills and business practices that will help you lead—and make a positive impact—in a variety of health-related organizations.

As a student in the MBA/MPH program, you’ll take many of your business courses with students from other Carey graduate degree programs, introducing you to new people and new perspectives. Electives include health care management, enterprise risk management, and more.

After graduation, Johns Hopkins MBA/MPH students have gone on to take leadership roles at for-profit and non-profit hospitals, health care organizations, NGOs, and consulting companies.

Sample Curriculum

This unique full-time program enables you to integrate the philosophies, functions and competencies of the fields of public health and business to target cost-effective health care and public health approaches. You’ll master the principles of population-based health as well as finance management and strategic planning

The curriculum will prepare you to:

  • Assess the public health needs of a defined population
  • Analyze, develop, and implement targeted health policies and programs
  • Serve as a change agent within the industry
  • Take a leadership role in your organization and community 

The program begins in July when you’ll take your summer courses with the full-time MPH students. During the fall and spring, your coursework will include an integrated curriculum comprised of public health and business courses. During the second summer, you’ll complete an internship at an organization where you’ll apply your business and public health education in a real-world setting. You’ll have the option to return in the fall for coursework or, if you prefer, continue with the internship into the fall and enroll in courses in late October. 

Students may elect to pursue a 21-month or 23-month option to complete the program.

To view a full curriculum outline and additional program information, please visit

Tuition & Fees

Tuition is based on the School of Public Health full-time rate for eight terms. Tuition and fee information for the Bloomberg School of Public Health is available here.

How to Apply

Applications for the MBA/MPH dual degree program must submitted to the School of Public Health. The admissions committees of both schools will review each application.

To apply visit the Bloomberg School of Public Health’s admissions page.

If you have already been accepted into the MPH and you would like to be considered for the MPH/MBA Program, send a brief written statement of your intentions via email to the MPH Program at and your application will be forwarded to the Carey Business School if there are any remaining open slots for the upcoming cohort.

For more information, contact:

MPH Program
Bloomberg School of Public Health

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