Master of Business Administration (MBA)
MBA Program Overview
Today's dynamic global business economy is characterized by the need for continuous change, integrated approaches to problem solving, and responsible decision making. Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business MBA degree program prepares successful leaders whose core values include ethical, values-based leadership and social responsibility. The program is designed to provide a solid foundation in management and leadership skills and to integrate business disciplines, develop critical thinking skills, explore business issues in a global context, and develop responsible leaders.
In response to today’s rapidly changing business environment, we offer a flexible, practical curriculum with the opportunity to study as a full or part-time student. Students enhance their core business knowledge by selecting advanced courses in an array of concentrations.
In recognition of its academic rigor, Quinlan's MBA is ranked in the top 20% of programs in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report (2016). Quinlan is also recognized as one of the best 295 business schools in the nation by Princeton Review (2016).
Loyola's Quinlan School of Business is accredited by AACSB International, the premier accrediting body for schools of business. Fewer than 6 percent of business schools worldwide have earned this distinction.
Benefits of the program
- Courses focus on real-world management issues, enabling students to build a portfolio and apply theories learned in the classroom to their professional lives.
- Courses are taught by experienced, nationally recognized faculty who are dedicated to teaching and research, and who are easily accessible to students.
- Loyola Quinlan MBA graduates join an impressive network of alumni, many of whom have achieved leadership positions in Chicago and around the globe.