Carey Business School
Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University was founded in late 2007 with a $50 million pledge from the W. P. Carey Foundation. The school offers innovative, flexible format master’s degrees and certificates. By leveraging access to other top-ranked Johns Hopkins Schools including Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, Engineering, Arts and Sciences and Peabody through collaborative and cross-disciplinary programs, the Carey Business School can offer students a unique advantage and help prepare them for the contemporary business landscape.
Carey Business School is named after James Carey of Loudon (1751-1834), a prominent Baltimore shipper, member of Baltimore’s first City Council, Chairman of the Bank of Maryland, relative of Johns Hopkins and ancestor to a number of initial trustees of Johns Hopkins University and Hospital.
It is the Foundation’s goal that the Carey Business School, situated within one of the world’s greatest research institutions, will help revitalize Baltimore and Maryland’s economies and become a top-tier business school.