Goucher will offer these new 4+1 degree pathways as individual tracks for undergraduates, and students who decide to pursue these new degree options would apply in their junior year.
“This accelerated dual degree program is a strategic blend of Goucher’s foundational education and Carey Business School’s specialization in the fields of finance, business analytics, information systems, marketing, and the business of health,” said Alexander Triantis, dean of Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. “Graduates of this program will be well-equipped to tackle the challenges of a complex and ever-changing world.”
Students enrolled in the dual degree program will complete two graduate courses during their senior year of undergraduate studies at Goucher and will then transition to completing the remaining 32 credits of advanced graduate-level coursework at Johns Hopkins. The selected master's degree programs will focus on business, analytics, and leadership built on the Johns Hopkins legacy of excellence.
In addition to these 4+1 programs with Johns Hopkins, Goucher recently launched eight new undergraduate majors, each rooted in the liberal arts and focused on preparing students for success in the global economy. The new interdisciplinary majors include education studies, engineering science, French transnational studies, integrative arts studies, integrative data analytics, literary studies, professional and creative writing, and visual and material culture. All majors and minors at Goucher focus on four core principles: writing, global education, foreign language, and data analytics.
Carey Business School also offers full-time and part-time MBA programs that prepare students with the analytical and leadership skills to advance your career and excel in the ever-changing business world.
For more information on the new Goucher and Johns Hopkins 4+1 program, please visit https://www.goucher.edu/learn/undergraduate-programs/4-plus-1/.