- How do I apply?
- What is considered in the admissions decision?
- What happens after I submit my application?
- When does registration open? When do classes begin?
- Where will I take classes?
- How can I view current or upcoming course schedules?
- Where can I get more information on financial aid and tuition?
- What student clubs and organizations do you have?
- Do you have a library at the business school?
- How engaged are the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School faculty with private industry?
How do I apply?
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School uses a paperless admissions process. After you have reviewed the admissions requirements, you may begin the online application. If you have questions about the admissions process, please call the Office of Admissions at 410-234-9220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is considered in the admissions decision?
We consider a wide range of factors when reviewing your application for admission, including prior academic achievements, quality of work and leadership experiences, letters of recommendation, a well-written essay with a strong focus on your goals, and, for some applicants, a personal interview.
What happens after I submit my application?
Once all required documents have been received with your online application and application fee, your file will be sent to the admissions committee for review. Some applicants may have a required personal interview before the admissions committee review process takes place.
When does registration open? When do classes begin?
These dates can be found on the academic calendar.
Where will I take classes?
We offer courses in four locations in the Washington-Baltimore area: Baltimore (Harbor East), Columbia, and Washington, D.C. Not all programs offer courses at all campuses, so be sure to check our Academics section for more information on where a particular program offers courses.
How can I view current or upcoming course schedules?
You can search our current, upcoming, and previous course schedules. Please note that all course schedules are subject to change. This list is for prospective students and is to be used simply as a reference.
Where can I get more information on financial aid and tuition?
What student clubs and organizations are there at Carey?
Student organizations enhance the quality of life at the Carey Business School. Clubs are shaped by the interests of the current students, so if you don’t find what you’re looking for, there is may be an opportunity to create it. A list of current student organizations is available here.
Do you have a library at the business school?
All Carey Business School libraries offer electronic access to the materials and services of the Sheridan Libraries (made up of Milton S. Eisenhower Library, John Work Garrett Library, Albert D. Hutzler Reading Room, and George Peabody Library of Johns Hopkins University). In addition, each campus location provides a core collection of print-based reference materials and journals of interest to students and faculty.
How engaged are the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School faculty with private industry?
Many of our faculty have active industry and government consulting practices. Their clients include Fortune 500 corporations and foreign governments.