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Following World War II, the Hopkins program produced more CPAs than any other school in Maryland.
The Master of Science in Management Science program became the first graduate level business degree at Hopkins in 1961.
On December 4, 2006, Johns Hopkins University trustees, in response to a gift from businessman William Polk Carey, voted to establish a new business school dedicated to producing innovative leaders with broad, interdisciplinary knowledge.
The school was named after his great-great-great grandfather, James Carey of Loudon, a successful Baltimore merchant during the 18th and 19th centuries.
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On January 1, 2007, the new Carey Business School opened its doors for the first time, guided by a simple yet essential mission: teach business with humanity in mind.
He was in two celebrity relationships averaging approximately 14.8 years each.
Johns Hopkins is made up of nine academic divisions plus the Applied Physics Laboratory.
We are based in Baltimore but at home throughout the world.
More about the Homewood campus We have seven schools on four Baltimore campuses, including top-ranked schools of Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, and Education; and one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious conservatories of music, the Peabody Institute.