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January 06, 2021 Wednesday 03:53:21 PM IST

Carey Business School and SAIS offer new dual degree

International Edu News

Johns Hopkins University's Carey Business School and School of Advanced International Studies have launched a dual Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program. The new program will provide graduates with expertise in international relations and leadership and analytic skills gained through both degree programs. Enrollment is open now for fall 2021.

With the Master of Arts in International Relations degree, students gain the knowledge, skills, and experiences to confront complex global challenges. The flexible and diverse curriculum includes core areas of study such as leadership, international markets, regional studies, decision-making, data analytics, economics, geopolitics, and research methods. Graduates also gain professional and substantive insights for developing an extensive global mindset to tackle real-world problems.

Students in the MAIR/MBA program will spend one year studying full-time at SAIS and one year full-time at Carey. The final year of the program will be split between both schools. The program is available to students studying at the SAIS campuses in Washington, D.C., and Bologna, Italy, as well as students, enrolled in Carey's full-time MBA program in Baltimore.

Information on the MAIR/MBA dual degree program is available on the school websites for SAIS and the Carey Business School.

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