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You’ll examine real-world scenarios such as financial meltdowns and customer service crises— events that have hobbled companies and national economies. Students graduating from the program emerge with the skills and experience to help their organizations:
  • Avoid disruptions and respond quickly
  • Develop and implement a crisis management communications plan
  • Protect, contain, and preserve cyber security resources
  • Manage security systems, domains, rights, and protections
  • Enhance supply chain responsiveness and resilience
  • Monitor emerging trends that call for a strategic response
Courses:
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Decision Models
  • Accounting and Financial Reporting
  • Operations Management
  • Information Systems
  • Business Communication
  • Business Law
  • Leadership Ethics Seminar
  • Negotiation


Program requirements

All degrees earned or expected from outside the United States (U.S.) (with the exception of Canada) – a credential evaluation is required – do not upload or mail transcriptsIf coursework was earned outside of the U.S. but the degree was earned in the U.S. – only transcripts are required from all schools and must be in EnglishResumeEssay(s)Two letters of recommendationGMAT/GRE scores - requirement varies by program. A waiver request form can be found on the online application.TOEFL or IELTS scores for non-native English speakers. A waiver request form can be found on the online application. English Language Requirements IELTS band: 7

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School offers numerous options for financing your education, including grant and scholarship aid, loans, payment plans, and tuition reimbursement available to those who qualify.

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