Among Chicago EMBA programs, Loyola University is a Winner!
Loyola’s EMBA program is a much sought-after choice of busy professionals. Our Water Tower Campus is centrally located in one of America’s most dynamic centers of commerce—vibrant downtown Chicago.
Situated just off North Michigan Avenue at 1 E. Pearson St., at Loyola's Water Tower Campus, the Quinlan School of Business is minutes from Lake Shore Drive and mere steps from the CTA Red Line Chicago stop. Students who commute from the suburbs can either drive, use Metra, Pace, or the CTA.
The Chicago metropolitan area is a center of global commerce, with a diverse work force of more than four million. The city's infrastructure, distribution channels, and access to capital rival any other major metropolitan area in the world:
- Banking and finance: More than 300 U.S. banks, 40 foreign bank branches, a Federal Reserve Bank, and some of the country's largest venture capital firms
- Company headquarters: Second only to New York, Chicago is home to 30 Fortune 500 companies and 19 Financial Times Global 500 companies
- Convention center: Home to McCormick Place, North America's largest convention center, which attracts more than 7 million convention attendees per year
- Financial exchanges: Including the Chicago Board of Trade, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and the Chicago Options Exchange
- High-tech industry: Chicago is the third largest high-tech center in the nation
- International business center: 3,400 foreign-owned firms are in Illinois; 60 consulates and 29 countries with trade offices are represented in Chicago.
Since 1998, Loyola’s accelerated EMBA program allows busy executives, such as yourself, to learn while in the midst of a challenging career and to apply what you learn immediately in your workplace. Loyola offers courses that equip you with in-demand skills and critical knowledge. The program is interpreted across all major disciplines and prepares you to become a resourceful, vital leader.
Loyola offers one outstanding EMBA program in two convenient locations: Chicago, Illinois and Kenosha, Wisconsin—making the process of getting advanced credentials even more accessible to you if you live or work in the Milwaukee-Chicago corridor.