Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University – Flex MBA

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Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business
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As the founder and principal attorney at Presley Law & Associates, P.A. in Wellington, Florida, Michael Presley has worked in the legal profession for more than 36 years. While serving as an attorney, he has handled medical malpractice cases and matters related to patient insurance coverage. Michael Presley is continuing his education by pursuing an MBA at Johns Hopkins University – Carey School of Business, with plans to focus on health care management.

The Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins offers a flexible MBA program with courses that can be taken either at the university or online, allowing students to fit the courses into their schedule. Flex MBA gives students the ability to partake in a variety of business programs that range from real estate and finance to health care and risk management.

Each course in the online program runs for eight weeks in a self-paced format, and include access to the school’s library resources as well as information technology services, student services, and academic advisors.

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Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business – Flexible MBA Program

Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business pic
Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business
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A graduate of Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center, Michael Presley is an attorney at Presley Law & Associates, P.A., in Wellington, Florida. Outside of his role as an attorney, Michael Presley is pursuing a master of business administration (MBA) from the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business, which offers a Flexible MBA program.

The Flexible MBA program at the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business is designed for working professionals looking to further their business training on a part-time basis. The program gives students the freedom to take courses at their own pace and allows them up to six years to complete their studies. In addition to offering classes in the evenings and on Saturdays at its campuses in Baltimore and Washington, DC, the program gives students the option to take courses online.

While all students must take 54 credits, including 30 credits from a core set of business courses, students in the on-campus program can choose from a number of concentrations, from enterprise risk management and health care management to entrepreneurship and interdisciplinary business. Online students can choose from three concentrations: financial businesses, health care management, and leading organizations. Through these diverse curricular offerings, business professionals can tailor their education to meet their individual career goals.