The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has reached an agreement with the Ner Israel Rabbinical College to offer its students enrollment into Carey’s degree programs and non-degree certificate programs. The Carey Business School programs will be available to select students who have completed all or most of their studies at Ner Israel beginning in January 2018.
Johns Hopkins University has a long history of collaboration with Ner Israel dating back to the 1950s, including a prior agreement with the School of Professional Studies in Business and Education, a precursor to the Carey Business School.
“We are delighted to forge a new relationship with the Ner Israel to support the business education of its students,” said Kevin Frick, Vice Dean for Education at the Carey Business School. “The mission of the Carey Business School is to train business leaders who are exemplary citizens, which complements the educational mission of Ner Israel.”
Ner Israel, established in 1933, is a rabbinical college located in Pikesville, Md. Its mission is to train students in religious scholarship and Jewish living including, critical thinking, finance, commercial law, and business ethics.
The Carey Business School offers Master of Business Administration degrees and specialized master of science degrees in finance, marketing, business analytics and risk management (formerly known as enterprise risk management), real estate and infrastructure, information systems, and health care management. Degree programs are available to full-time and part-time students at the school’s Baltimore and Washington, DC, campuses, as well as online. In addition to its degree programs, Carey also offers non-degree certificate programs in Investments and Financial Management.
The Carey Business School is the AACSB accredited business school of Johns Hopkins University. Established in 2007, the Carey Business School creates and shares knowledge that shapes business practices while educating business leaders who will grow economies and societies, and are exemplary citizens.