Loyola University Maryland is a private Catholic university located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The university was founded in 1852 and has a strong commitment to the Jesuit tradition of education, emphasizing academic excellence, ethical leadership, and service to others.
The university’s MBA program is offered through the Sellinger School of Business and Management, which is accredited by AACSB International. The Sellinger School offers a full-time MBA, a part-time MBA, and an Executive MBA program.
The full-time MBA program is a cohort-based program designed to be completed in one year. The program includes core courses in accounting, finance, management, marketing, and operations, as well as elective courses that allow students to specialize in areas such as data analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, and marketing.
The part-time MBA program is designed for working professionals and can be completed in two to three years. Classes are offered on weekday evenings and Saturdays. Students in the part-time program take the same core courses as full-time MBA students, and also have the option to specialize in one of several areas, including data analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, marketing, and leadership.
The Executive MBA program is designed for mid-career professionals and can be completed in 20 months. The program includes a core curriculum covering topics such as leadership, strategic management, financial accounting, and marketing, as well as elective courses in areas such as entrepreneurship, finance, and marketing.
Loyola University Maryland’s MBA programs emphasize a values-based education, with a focus on ethical leadership and social responsibility. The Sellinger School’s curriculum is designed to prepare students to be effective leaders in a rapidly changing global business environment.