The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School supports business knowledge development and education through our own initiatives, innovations, and collaborative programs across the Johns Hopkins University.
While the Carey Business School was established in 2007, Johns Hopkins University has been developing business leaders for more than a century. Our business alumni are as diverse as they are successful—from former U.S. President Woodrow Wilson and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to environmental activist Rachel Carson and author John Barth.
Carey is quickly emerging as a leader in business education. Forbes named the Carey Global MBA program’s “Innovation for Humanity” course, which sees students tackle business and social issues on the ground internationally, one of the 10 most innovative business school courses in the world. In addition, the program’s “Discovery to Market” course pairs students with inventors, scientists, and entrepreneurs, along with faculty and students from other Johns Hopkins schools, to guide new discoveries and emerging technologies from the laboratory to the marketplace.