Inside Look Into Global MBA
The Johns Hopkins Global MBA tears down the monolithic pillars of traditional business education and inspires our students to believe that business can—and must—do more to further society. Our flagship courses, Innovation for Humanity and Discovery to Market, challenge our students to blend business fundamentals with unconventional thinking, to ask the tough questions and find answers to some of society’s most pressing problems.
- Two-year, 54-credit full-time format
- Strong focus on impact and accountability of business to society
- Small cohort size allows for personalized attention from faculty and career staff as well as opportunities for networking and relationship-building with your peers
- Use business learning, individual skills, and collaborative thinking to gain valuable experience and tackle real-life challenges
- Course includes an intensive three-week international, on-site practicum where you’ll apply and present your solutions
- Participate in small team project planning, data analysis, and reporting
- Work alongside inventors, scientists, and entrepreneurs to transform an emerging technology from brand new to new brand
- Collaborate with students and faculty from other schools within the Johns Hopkins University to assess the societal value of new discoveries and innovative technologies
- Develop a detailed plan for bringing discoveries to market—and profitability
Courses are designed to give you a firm foundation in business best practices—a balanced mix of core studies, theory, ethics, and entrepreneurship. You’ll learn in a cohort, working collaboratively with peers from different backgrounds and cultures to master and apply skills.
Descriptions for the following courses can be found by using the JHU Student Information System Course Search.
Required Courses (38 credits)
- BU.914.610 Quantitative Methods: Statistics
- BU.910.610 & BU.910.611 Financial Resources I and II
- BU.911.610 People and Markets
- BU.911.611Strategic Human Resources
- BU.912.610 Competitive Strategy
- BU.930.630 Solving Organizational Problems
- BU.912.611 Operations Management
- BU.913.610 Business Analytics
- BU.913.611 Managerial Decision Behavior
- BU.940.611 Innovation for Humanity Project
- BU.920.610 Management of Technology
- BU.230.620 Financial Modeling and Valuation
- BU.950.610 & BU.950.611 Discovery to Market Project
- BU.921.610 Networked Organizations
- BU.932.610 Ethical Leadership
- BU.930.610 Strategic Communication
- BU.933.610 Governance and Accountability
Concentration/Electives (16 credits)
- Enterprise Risk Management
- Financial Businesses
- Health Care Management
- Real Estate and Infrastructure
Students who complete this program between May 2017 and August 2017 are eligible to continue their studies in a complementary new area with Carey's Second Degree Option. More information is available on the Second Degree Option page.
For Academic Year 2017-2018
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(for one year of two-year program)
All fees are nonrefundable.
- Late Registration Fee: $250
- Late Payment Fee: $250
- Returned Check Fee: $35
- Payment Plan Termination Fee: $75
- Delinquent Account Collection Fee: 25% of the outstanding debt
Our Career Development team takes a personal interest in your education and career goals, providing opportunities for you to build professional skills and competencies that are essential for success in the career search. After graduation, Global MBA students have gone on to start or advance their careers in a number of industries, including health care, technology, financial services, consulting, and government.
The most recent GMBA career data is available here.
#Of Students: 82
Avg GMAT: 647
Countries Represented: 13
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