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Minors

The Quinlan School of Business offers a variety of minors for both business students and non-business students. Choosing a minor offers students a chance to gain working knowledge in an area in addition to their major field of concentration. All students may declare their minor. A maximum of one transfer course taken prior to matriculating at Loyola University Chicago may be allowed for non-business school students at the discretion of the Assistant Dean of the Quinlan School of Business. For non-business school students double minoring in any two (or more) concentrations, only two applicable courses may be applied to both concentrations.  For Quinlan School of Business students double minoring in any two (or more) concentrations, only one applicable course may be applied to both concentrations.

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Information for transfers

Generally, transfer credit will not be allowed for business courses taken elsewhere at the freshman or sophomore level if such courses are not offered at the same level at Loyola. In the Quinlan School of Business, 300-level courses are to be taken by juniors and seniors. These courses usually will not transfer if they are taken as a freshman or sophomore. All transfer students must complete a minimum of 50% of all business courses at Loyola University Chicago. Additionally, 80% of a major or minor must be completed at Loyola University Chicago. This typically translates into the possibility of one course permitted for a major or minor at the discretion of the Quinlan School of Business. Please consult with the Assistant Dean of the Quinlan School of Business with any questions.

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Honors and Awards

Dean's List

Each Fall and Spring Semester, the Quinlan School of Business acknowledges those full-time (12 or more hours) students who obtain at least a 3.5 grade point average for the term. Students on the dean's list receive personal acknowledgement from the dean.

Dean's Key

Ordinarily given to the business administration senior or seniors who, in the estimation of the dean, have made the most outstanding contributions in both leadership and scholarship to the reputation of the school. It is awarded to whomever may be expected in the years after graduation to exemplify, both as citizens and as successful business professionals, the highest ideals of the university.

Departmental Keys

Each academic major in the Quinlan School of Business ordinarily awards one silver honor key annually to the graduating senior who has demonstrated outstanding academic ability in that major field of concentration. Those considered for this award usually will have earned the highest academic average for all coursework in their particular field of concentration. Other factors such as, but not limited to, leadership achievement, cumulative grade point average, and graduation honors may, at the full discretion of the faculty, be recognized in the selection process.

Leadership Awards

Certificates of merit are awarded to those full time Quinlan School of Business students who have distinguished themselves by active and meritorious participation in various extracurricular activities within the university.

Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship Key

A key which is merited by the senior student in the fraternity who has demonstrated outstanding academic excellence in all undergraduate courses taken at Loyola. Ordinarily this means the highest cumulative grade point average achieved for all courses attempted at Loyola.

Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key

A key which is merited by the senior student in the Quinlan School of Business who has demonstrated outstanding academic excellence in all courses taken at Loyola. Ordinarily, this means the highest cumulative grade point average achieved in all courses attempted at Loyola.

Departmental Honors

The Quinlan School of Business offers departmental honors in the following departments with the requirements for each as listed. Departmental honors are available to students with majors in the Quinlan School of Business. Students must apply to a department for honors consideration. Contact the chairperson of the specific department for more information.

Honor Societies and Fraternities

The university honorary societies and professional fraternities for which business administration students may qualify are:

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Degree Program

All Quinlan School of Business undergraduate students complete a broad-based core of foundation courses, followed by advanced study in at least one area of concentration, leading to the Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) degree in the following:

  • Accounting
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Systems
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management
  • Sport Management 

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  • Alpha Kappa Psi: A national professional fraternity founded with the purpose of stimulating and developing scientific research in the field of commerce and business administration.
  • Beta Alpha Psi: A national honorary accounting fraternity with membership limited to juniors and seniors in the full- and part-time business administration programs. Students must be majoring in accounting, finance or information systems, and display high scholastic and personal character requirements.
  • Beta Gamma Sigma: A national scholastic honor society for business administration students. Membership in the Loyola chapter is available to qualified junior and senior Quinlan School of Business students.
  • Delta Sigma Pi: A national professional business fraternity, organized to promote closer affiliation of business administration students to the business community.

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Required Courses for Each Major

Accounting
ACCT 301, 303, 304, 311, 328, and three from ACCT 306, 307, 308, 323, 341, 345, 395, 399.
Economics
ECON 304 and four additional economics courses.
Entrepreneurship
ENTR 310, 345, 390, and two from ENTR 311, 312, 313, ISOM 349, MGMT 335, ENTR 395 and 399.

For students double majoring or minoring in any two (or more) concentrations, only one applicable course may be applied to both concentrations. Only one XXXX 399: Selected Topics course can be applied to any Quinlan School of Business major.

Students are expected to adhere to all course prerequisites for any course as listed in the online schedule of classes each term. Specific information can be found in LOCUS.

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Accounting (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
Economics (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
Entrepreneurship (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
Finance (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
Human Resource Management (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
Information Systems (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
International Business (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
Management (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
Marketing (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
Operations Management (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)
Sport Management (BBA) 3 Details (PDF)

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University Core Curriculum

For specific information, please refer to the University Core Curriculum section in Academic Rules and Regulations or visit the University Core Curriculum Website at www.luc.edu/core. Specific suggestions on how to fulfill the Core through the Quinlan School of Business are detailed below.

Knowledge Areas School Recommended Courses
College Writing Seminar (3 credit hours) UCWR 110 (Required as a prerequisite for writing-intensive courses)
Artistic Knowledge (3 credit hours)  
Historical Knowledge (6 credit hours)  
Quantitative Analysis (3 credit hours) MATH 131 or MATH 161
Literary Knowledge and Experience (6 credit hours)  
Philosophic Knowledge (6 credit hours) MGMT 341 (3 credit hours) 
Scientific Literacy (6 credit hours)  
Societal and Cultural Understanding (6 credit hours)  
Theological and Religious Studies (6 credit hours)  
Ethics (3 credit hours)  

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Other School of Business Requirements CH
*COMM 101 Public Speaking & Critical Thinking 3
MATH 131 (Applied Calculus I) or MATH 161 (Calculus I) 3
MGMT 341 Ethics in Business or MGMT 321 International Business Ethics 3
BSAD 220 Internship and Career Preparation 1
Global Awareness (The course used to satisfy this requirement may include any course from the INTL major group including ANTH 100 or 102. ASIA 101, INTS 101, LASP 101, PLSC 102  or a study abroad experience will also count toward this requirement.)  
*Accounting majors must take COMM 103 or ENGL 210 in place of COMM 101.

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Dantley, Michael E. Dean Lewis Towers, WTC 312.915.6992
Jane Q. Professor Associate Professor of Stuff
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Water Tower Campus
1 E. Pearson
Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.915.6113
Fax: 312.915.7207

Website: www.luc.edu/quinlan

Office of the Dean
Dean: Kathleen Getz, PhD
Associate Dean: Faruk Guder, PhD
Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Program: Susan Ries, PhD

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Immigration transfer is different than academic transfer. All F-1 Loyola students must have an I-20 issued by OIP. Even if you are completing an academic program at another institution or will return to your home country for less than 5 months before starting at Loyola, your former school must transfer your immigration record to Loyola. For more information about necessary forms, deadlines and procedures related to immigration transfer, see our page about how to transfer to Loyola.
F-1 students have several opportunities to work in the U.S., both on and off Loyola's campus. For more information, see employment options for F-1 students.
It is possible for your immediate family members (spouse or children) to come the U.S. to stay with you for the duration of your studies. These family members should apply for F-2 visas (dependent visas of the F-1) at a U.S. consulate or embassy abroad. You would first need to get new I-20s from OIP. For further information about this process, see dependents in F-2 status.
Depending on how long you have been out of F-1 status, there may be a possibility for regaining that status. It is important to apply for reinstatement as soon as possible. You should contact OIP as soon as you realize you are out of status, so that we can provide one-on-one advising to discuss your options. For an appointment, please contact us.

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The following courses are required to complete your degree.

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The B.S.Ed. in Bilingual/Bicultural Education is designed to provide graduates with both an elementary teaching licensure and endorsements to teach English language learners in grades K-9. The curriculum uses an interdisciplinary model, involving five departments across the School of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences. Candidates who complete this program will be able to teach in two languages and be competent in addressing the educational needs of English language learners.

The need for teachers of English language learners is dramatic. As the number of non-English-speaking students has grown, so has the demand for teachers who specialize in teaching students with limited English proficiency (LEP). According to a recent study by Recruiting New Teachers (RNT, 2000), nearly 73% of the largest urban school districts in the 50 states noted an immediate need for bilingual teachers.



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