Thank you for your interest in Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
We can’t wait for you to join our vibrant learning community and build for what’s next together. Please review the instructions below to prepare your application to a part-time specialized master’s program at Carey Business School. The round 2 deadline for Summer 2021 is May 5, 2021.
Contact the Admissions team with any questions.
Carey Business School offers the following part-time programs:
General admissions information
You can only apply to one specialized master’s program at a time.
Begin and manage your application by creating your username and password on the Johns Hopkins University-wide platform.
- Choose “Carey Business School” as your school of choice.
- You are able to begin your application, save it, and return to finish it at a later time by logging in at your convenience.
- Your application will not be evaluated until you submit it and all supporting materials are received.
- Use Google Chrome for the best user experience while completing your application.
Office of Admissions mailing address:
All official documents that need to be mailed for part-time master of science programs (transcripts, credential evaluations, and official test scores) should be sent to:
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
100 International Drive
Baltimore, MD 21202
Admissions to other schools in the University
If you are a Carey Business School student who wishes to transfer to one of the other schools in the university (such as Engineering, Public Health, or Peabody), you are required to submit an admission application to that school. Admission to the Carey Business School establishes no claim or priority for admission to any other school in the university. Students interested in dual degree programs (programs that combine degrees from multiple Johns Hopkins schools or Johns Hopkins and one of our partner institutions) should visit our dual degree page for instructions on how to apply.
Candidates cannot apply for more than one program in a single round. If offered admission, you must accept or decline by the deadline for that round. You cannot wait to make a decision on a first offer while applying for another program in the next round.
Note for TOEFL test takers: Admissions is piloting the use of TOEFL’s MyBest scores option for fall 2020 applicants. This means we will use superscored test results for TOEFL scores sent after August 1, 2019.
Work experience is not required in order to be accepted into the program. However, work experience may be required to be eligible for a GRE or GMAT exam waiver.
Official transcripts from all U.S. schools must be sent electronically. All U.S. transcripts must be from an accredited institution recognized by the Department of Education. Please visit your school’s website to request an official transcript be sent electronically to email@example.com.
Please note that transcripts are required from all schools where 15 or more credits were earned. Final transcripts must show the degrees you have earned. Your admission decision may be delayed if you do not send transcripts from all colleges/universities attended.
If your school does not participate in an electronic transcript submission system, send official sealed transcripts to the address below:
Transcript Processing Center
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
851 Trafalgar Court
Suite 420 West
Maitland, FL 32751
Applicants must submit a total of two required essays. The first essay topic is required for all applicants and must be responded to directly. You will choose your second essay topic from the list provided on the application.
It is important to express your original thoughts and incorporate your individual voice in response to these questions. Be sure your statements capture who you are, what you believe, and what you aspire to do. In addition:
- Use a 12-point font and double space your document
- Indicate which question you are answering at the beginning of each essay
- Do not mail paper copies of your essay to Admissions
- Upload all required essays
- Essays should be 300-500 words
You will also have the optional opportunity to provide any additional clarifying information that you wish to share with the Admissions committee regarding your academic record, personal history, or professional attributes.
We require a resume or a CV. Please be sure to have your resume or CV fully updated, and include both the months and years of your various work experiences.
Letter of recommendation
Who should write your letter of recommendation? We suggest someone who knows you personally and who can speak directly about your strengths and experience. Do not focus on the person in your company at the highest level. Be sure that you have been in their class, have reported to them directly, and/or you have shared your interest in graduate school with them.
Please use your recommender’s work email address rather than a personal account like Gmail, which will be more closely monitored in our credential verification process.
Recommendations from relatives and friends are strongly discouraged.
One recommendation is required. We will read up to two.
GMAT or GRE
Please note: Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has suspended the GMAT/GRE requirement for all applicants to part-time programs for Spring 2021, Summer 2021, Fall 2021 and Spring 2022. See here for current testing policies.
Applicants to all part-time programs are required to take the GMAT or the GRE. We accept scores from both the GMAT and the GRE that are up to five years old and do not have a preference for either test. Be sure to do your research on which exam is best for you. Have your scores sent directly to Carey Business School.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Codes:
- GMAT - KGB-B0-98
- GRE – 0834
For more information, use the links below.
- Information on registering and sending GMAT scores
- Information on registering and sending GRE scores
You have the ability to request a GMAT/GRE waiver in the “Supporting Materials” section of the application.
You may be considered for a waiver if you meet one of the following conditions:
- Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher with quantitative coursework and five or more years of professional/managerial work experience.
- An advanced degree (masters level or higher) that includes quantitative coursework
- Level 1 CFA or CPA designation
- A minimum of 10 years of progressive, managerial work experience and/or senior professional leadership.
A $100 nonrefundable application fee is due when you submit your online application.