We are redefining business and entrepreneurship
Do you want to...
- Receive a $10,000 grant to commercialize discoveries and inventions into accessible technologies, products, and services that benefit society?
- Make investments with a quarter-million-dollar budget?
- Intern at places like Under Armour, Morgan Stanley, professional sports teams, and more?
With its unparalleled research funding and flexible curriculum, Hopkins offers future business leaders the opportunities and resources to pursue their ambitions. We’re committed to being on the cutting edge of innovation in all areas, so we’re asking: what’s next? What does a post-start-up business world look like and where do you see yourself in it?
What does it mean to study business here?
Business intersects every field and is vast, varied, and always changing. At Hopkins, you can pursue business from any angle.
Students interested in business and entrepreneurship take versatile courses where they can develop their skills, leverage resources, make connections, and gain hands-on experience. Some popular majors and minors include:
Minors: Accounting & financial management, applied math & statistics, business, computer science, economics, entrepreneurship & management, financial economics, leadership studies, marketing & communications, mathematics, and social policy.
Get your ideas off the ground
"We are students with a great idea to solve a major social problem, and we’re determined to get funding for our idea...while learning how to effectively communicate and advertise not only our ideas, but ourselves.”—Jenna M. '20, marketing & communications
The Hopkins advantage
Business at Hopkins is accessible to everyone, regardless of their major. Undergrads can take a broad array of courses that emphasize the concepts, practices, and skills necessary for leadership in the public and private sectors—preparing them for careers in major corporations, startups, consultancies, government, and more.
Entrepreneurship in Baltimore
Students take advantage of being at the research institution that receives the most funding and in a top city for startups to make connections, get grants, and spearhead ideas. Whether on campus or in Baltimore, undergrads have unprecedented opportunities to position themselves as business leaders and entrepreneurs making an impact.
The JHU Network
The Hopkins network has divisions throughout Maryland and Washington, D.C.—including the Carey School of Business and School of Advanced International Studies—and internationally. With these connections and resources, graduates leave with the ability to learn and think differently, setting them up to thrive in any industry.
The right connections
Explore how far you could go as part of the Hopkins community.
From on-campus organizations to competitive internships in finance and consulting sectors, Hopkins undergraduates take advantage of the many programs and opportunities available:
Alumni in business
Meet some of our alums in the business sector.
- Nick G. ’14: Investment Banking Associate, Goldman Sachs
- Chelsea B. ’08: Senior Manager-Business Development, Li & Fung
- Pranay T. ’16: Investment Banking Analyst, Hilliard Lyons
- Noah P. ’17: Associate Product Manager, Google
- Andrew T. ’14: Manager/Entrepreneur, PekoPeko Ramen
- Erica Z. ’15: Associate Account Strategist-Business Associate Program, Google