The MBA and Master in International Relations dual degree will prepare students for a career that requires business and leadership training in addition to a sophisticated understanding of international political, socioeconomic, and cultural issues. Students build expertise through diverse curriculum offerings from two of Johns Hopkins' most innovative institutions. With the Master in International Relations, students will gain both professional and substantive insights by developing an extensive global mindset through functional and regional focus areas. Combine this expertise from one of the best schools for international relations with the leadership and analytical skills gained through the Johns Hopkins MBA. Graduate ready to make a lasting impact across the globe.
Prospective students must submit both an application for the Full-Time MBA from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and an application for the MA in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. For more details, please visit: https://carey.jhu.edu/programs/admissions/how-to-apply/dual-degrees.
The MBA and Master in International Relations (MAIR) dual degree curriculum is designed with flexibility paramount across the three years of study. The Johns Hopkins MBA is 54 credits, 12 of which may be applied from the MAIR program. The MAIR program is 64 credits, 16 of which may be applied from the MBA. The MBA/MAIR requires a total of 118 credits.
Students will also have options for how to begin their degree. They may choose to begin with one year of coursework in either the MBA or the MAIR program. The first year of coursework in either program must be completed prior to enrollment in the second year of courses.