An MBA for breakthroughs.
The most effective leaders can’t expect success from data analysis alone. They engage, lead, and negotiate with the people around them to implement their insights. Hone the analytic skills to identify opportunities and challenges hidden in data and the leadership skills to implement your data-driven strategies. Gain the innovation skillset to navigate an uncertain world and customize your education to emphasize your leadership or innovation career goals.
Stand out with a STEM-designated Full-time MBA
We’re one of the first 10 business schools in the country whose entire Full-time MBA program is STEM-designated. For you, that means attracting the attention of STEM-minded leaders in your industry – and it might even mean extending your F-1 visa for Optional Practical Training (OPT).
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Take six credits of required classes specifically designed for Analytics, Leadership, and Innovation students, and add electives in areas of career focus such as consulting, finance, organizational leadership, marketing, or operations management.
In the second year of the program, benefit from a tailored course schedule that fits your professional interests and goals. This unique opportunity allows you to interact with Carey students from all programs and get involved in university-wide experiences such as Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures.
Foundations of Business Analytics
Explore the quantitative methods useful for decision-making in business settings. Formulate problems, translate those formulations into useful models, optimize the models, and interpret your results. Then put theory to the test and use software to solve complex business problems.
Econometrics for Market Analysis
Develop the basic linear regression framework, which is a commonly used econometric technique to evaluate real-world questions and quantify experimental results. Study three techniques for understanding cause and effect: randomized control trials, difference-in-differences, and regression discontinuity.
Sharpen your skills, build connections throughout the program, and tap into the vast Johns Hopkins network with opportunities to engage with clinicians, researchers, engineers, and innovators across the university.
Co-curricular highlight: Community Consulting Lab
The social innovation network in greater Baltimore-Washington is booming. Nonprofits, start-ups, and small businesses are leading the charge with business plans to create lasting impact in the community. Tap into these networks and lead a consulting project to tackle business challenges at local organizations. Gain practical business consulting experience and develop critical business skills such as strategic consulting, project management, and business development. Immerse yourself in the region’s social innovation network and expand your professional connections. And make a lasting impact on the economy of the greater Baltimore-Washington area.
EXPLORE ALL EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
As America’s first research university, Johns Hopkins is no stranger to taking the classroom to the field for hands-on learning. With the unparalleled resources and reputation of Johns Hopkins, you’ll acquire the skills employers demand by embedding yourself in local, national, and international experiential learning opportunities.
Innovation Field Project
In this MBA signature course, partner with a corporate sponsor and act as a consultant to identify critical business challenges and make innovative, insightful recommendations.
Leadership Development Expeditions
Enhance your leadership skills on a nine-day outdoor excursion to Norway or Belize. Build a deep understanding of your own strengths and contributions as a leader in a high-performing team.
Discover more professional development opportunities
Carey Business School offers etiquette workshops, lunch-and-learn sessions, and professional experiential learning opportunities exclusively for full-time MBA students. Participate in these sessions to connect with your peers, industry experts, and corporate partners to network and build connections for your future.
Our full-time MBA graduates put their analytics and leadership skills to work for major employers across the country and the world. Here’s a sample of some of the career outcomes of our full-time MBA graduates.
- Baltimore Corps
- Boston Consulting Group
- Capital One
- CITIC Securities
- Legg Mason
- Morgan Stanley
*Information collected from full-time MBA graduates from 2016–2019 with two or more graduates hired by employer.
- Pathways Operation Manager
- Senior Program Manager
- Product Manager
- Senior Financial Analyst
- Senior Risk Associate
- Senior Associate
- Strategy and Operations Consultant
- Experienced Consultant
- Senior Consulting Manager
- Senior Consultant
- Global Strategy Group Senior Associate
- Data Analyst
- Project Manager
- Financial Analyst, Business Support
- Associate Produce Manager
- Product & Delivery Analyst
- Advisory Associate
**Job titles reported from full-time MBA graduates’ data collected from 2016–2019 with two or more graduates hired by employer.