The Doctor Is In: Johns Hopkins B-School Gets a New Dean

Surgeons operate on a patient at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on June 26 Photograph by Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images

Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School has had its fair share of growing pains since the school launched its new full-time Global MBA Program nearly two years ago. Last summer, the school lost its founding dean, Yash Gupta, who stepped down to return to the corporate world after less than four years on the job. Just a few months ago, the school announced that it would be shifting its focus to play to the university’s strengths in health care and life sciences. Moving forward, the school’s business degree programs will have more of an emphasis on health care, with new elective and joint degree options, in addition to strengthening its existing health-care offerings.

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