Analytics and leadership
The full-time MBA cultivates leaders who are uniquely qualified to translate data insights into innovative solutions.
Health, Technology, and Innovation
This specialization leverages the power of Johns Hopkins University’s health expertise and is designed for leaders who find technology-driven, human-centered solutions to complex health problems.
Innovation Field Project
Immerse yourself in an eight-week project course with three weeks in the field to find an innovative solution to a complex business problem.
MBA advisory team
MBA students benefit from a cross-functional team of professional mentors inside and outside Johns Hopkins, helping to cultivate students’ executive presence and leadership effectiveness.
The full-time MBA develops business leaders who can succeed in a rapidly changing business environment. Managers in every industry must navigate uncertainty and lead through transition. The full-time MBA was developed with these realities in mind, equipping graduates to build for what’s next.
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MBA students learn strategies and techniques to harness technological advancements and innovation through a curated mix of immersive classroom teaching, experiential learning, and co-curricular experiences. Students graduate ready to rise to the challenge and succeed in today’s global marketplace.
The full-time MBA offers a specialization in Health, Technology, and Innovation. Students build on the analytical and data-driven foundations of the Johns Hopkins MBA. The specialization focuses on finding technology-driven, human-centered solutions to complex health problems and is designed for students pursuing careers in the health industry.
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- Accounting Foundations
- Business Communication
- Behavioral Science: Design Thinking
- Behavioral Science: Leadership and Organizational Behavior
- Behavioral Science: Leading Change
- Behavioral Science: Negotiating Collaboratively
- Competitive Strategy
- Data Science: Statistics
- Data Science: Econometrics for Market Analysis
- Data Science: Big Data Consulting Project
- Data Science: Artificial Intelligence
- Ethical Leadership
- Foundations of Business Analytics
- Innovation Field Project
- Marketing Management
- Microeconomics and Market Design
- Operations Management
Experiential menu (students must choose at least 2)
- Applied Behavioral Strategy for Organizational and Social Impact
- Commercializing Discovery
- Design Lab
- Leadership Development Expedition
- Cryptos and Blockchain
- Advanced Corporate Finance
- Financial Modeling and Valuation
- Social Media Analytics
- Marketing Research
- Marketing Strategy
- Global Strategy
- Competitive Intelligence
- Strategic Human Capital
- Managing Complex Projects
- Supply Chain Analytics
- Advanced Business Analytics
- Effective Teaming
- Power and Politics
- Managing in a Diverse Global World
Courses and sequencing are subject to change.
Explore our specialization
Build on the analytical and leadership foundations of the Johns Hopkins MBA to become an expert on the business of health.
Work in teams in health-specific experiential learning courses to apply data-driven solutions to unique health challenges. In End-to-End Health Breakthroughs, a two-course experiential learning series, you will develop a health product or service. Then, develop business strategies to bring new products and services to market.
At Johns Hopkins, the classroom is only the beginning. We bring the classroom to the field and the field to the classroom. Graduate with the hands-on experience mining big data, bringing discoveries to market, and leading teams.
Experiential learning is built into your MBA curriculum
All MBA students take six experiential learning courses. The courses culminate with Innovation Field Project. Spend five weeks in the classroom and three weeks on-site at a business to solve their complex business challenge.
Discover more experiential learning opportunities
Choose co-curricular opportunities to hone your skills and build connections after classes end. Tap into the Johns Hopkins network with opportunities to network with faculty and innovators across the university and hospital.
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Our full-time MBA graduates go on to successful careers in a variety of industries. At Carey Business School, we shape business leaders who build for what’s next.
- Boston Consulting Group
- Capital One
- Highmark Health
- Johnson & Johnson
- Johns Hopkins Medicine
- Legg Mason
- Lupin Pharmaceuticals
- Morgan Stanley
- Product Manager
- Strategy Consultant
- Financial Analyst
- Senior Operations Manager
- Senior Strategy and Operations Consultant
- Data Scientist