Earn your Bachelor’s in Engineering and MBA from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in five years instead of six and learn how to translate your breakthroughs and discoveries into economically viable innovations.
This dual degree program is open to all undergraduate engineering students, but it is particularly suited for those majoring in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Science, or General Engineering.
Students take their BS courses at the Whiting School of Engineering during years one through three. Beginning in year four, students immerse fully in Carey Business School’s full-time MBA program and complete a summer internship. In year five, students complete coursework at both schools.
The Johns Hopkins MBA curriculum is grounded in a data-driven approach to leadership. Graduates enter the workforce with the analytical and leadership skills to translate data insights into action. Learn more about the Johns Hopkins MBA.
Whiting School undergraduates interested in learning more about this dual program should contact Carey Admissions. For more information, visit the Carey Business School website.