Loyola University Chicago

Executive and Professional Education Center

Housed in the Loyola Business Leadership Hub


The Quinlan Mini-MBA Program offers a practical transition back to academia for established professionals looking to sharpen their business administration skills. Throughout the course, you gain insights about business and management topics as you grown into a stronger leader within your industry. This program features expert Quinlan faculty on a robust selection of business areas. Participants will leave with a greater understanding of business strategy, marketing, finance, project management, and more. The curriculum provides opportunity for improvement at personal and organizational levels.

Professionals with a bachelor’s degree and at least 5 or more years of work experience looking to update their business acumen through interactive learning.

  • Personalized leadership style and conflict management assessments
  • Developed strategic and cross-functionality skills
  • Strengthen functional knowledge of successful frameworks and models
  • Applicable problem-solving techniques
  • Improved negotiation skills
  • One-on-one coaching session
  • Elective credit towards the Quinlan School of Business MBA program

I. Formulating Strategy: Creating Competitive Advantage
II. Applying Strategy: Sustaining Competitive Advantage
III. Building Successful Teams and Conflict Resolution
IV. Managerial Accounting: Planning, Control, and Decision-Making
V. Negotiations
VI. Principles of Finance
VII. Marketing Strategy
VIII. Project Management
IX. Leadership: The Art of Persuasion and Conflict Management
X. Balanced Scorecard

Carol Fitzgibbons

Adjunct Faculty, Quinlan School of Business

Gezinus Hidding

Associate Professor, Quinlan School of Business

Carolyn Tang Kmet

Senior Lecturer, Quinlan School of Business 

Amy Kyhos

Senior Lecturer; Director, Quinlan School of Business Honors Program

Suk Hun Lee

Professor of Finance, Quinlan School of Business 

Michael Welch

Senior Instructor, Quinlan School of Business

Peter Wojcik

Adjunct Faculty, Quinlan School of Business

Tom Zeller

Professor of Accounting, Quinlan School of Business


Winter Session  
February 10-April 13, 2020
10 consecutive Mondays from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
$3,750 Register
The first and last sessions begin early; a detailed schedule will be sent to all participants prior to the program.


Spring Session  
May 11-15, 2020
5 consecutive days from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
$3,750 Register
The first and last sessions begin early; a detailed schedule will be sent to all participants prior to the program.


For a course consultation, please contact us at 312.915.6780 or executive-ed@luc.edu.