Johns Hopkins University is a very well know school within the medical field, but it is improving its reputation in business also. Their master in finance program is very popular and I wanted to speak with admissions at the school to find out some more information for anyone interested. What I found is mentioned below.
- Washington, DC
- Baltimore, MD
One Night a week classes – 6-9pm
36 credits, 2 credits per class
Fall and Spring are broken down into two 8 week sessions (you have 4 mini semesters) plus a summer semester
The program is not a cohort program, but a go at your own pace course set up. Because of this you have a large amount of students (>100) enrolled, all at different levels of completion. Many people with industry experience also.
There is a 5-6 years maximum time to complete the degree
- 3.0 GPA
- GMAT/GRE optional
- Several years of progressive work experience
- Analytical/Quantitative background
What is needed to apply:
- Current Resume
- Two References
- 500 word essay
- Transcripts from all universities that you earned 12+ credits at
- $100.00 application fee
I asked if there was a plan to have a FT MSF program in the future. They said there might be, but right now they are focusing on rolling other programs out.
Here is a link to the Johns Hopkins University Master in Finance program