Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management has been included on the Princeton Review’s list of the “Best 295 Business Schools” for 2014.
Schools on the “Best Business Schools” list are not ranked hierarchically. The Princeton Review instead publishes an extensive profile of each school based on graduate students’ responses to survey questions about Loyola’s graduate business programs.
Loyola students who responded to the survey said they “love Baltimore” and that the Sellinger School offers solid preparation in doing business in a global economy. Students also said they “appreciate the Jesuit influence” and name Loyola’s Jesuit “commitment to excellence” and “strong belief in business ethics” as reasons for choosing the Sellinger School.
The surveys found that students value Loyola’s part-time programs because they “cater to working individuals” and give them “flexibility and greater control” over the curriculum. Students said they were drawn to the Sellinger School because it offers classes at convenient times in locations close to the Baltimore area.
The Princeton Review concluded, “When you consider Loyola’s ‘great reputation,’ price, and willingness to support student success, it’s no wonder students say going there is a ‘great experience.’”
More than 20,000 students from the 295 schools completed Princeton Review surveys online during academic years 2012-13, 2011-12, and 2010-11, answering question about their school's academics, student body and campus life, and their career plans.
More information is available at princetonreview.com.
About the Sellinger School of Business and Management:
Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management provides business education rooted in Jesuit traditions emphasizing strong ethical leadership, commitment to social responsibility and a global perspective. With more than 100 faculty members and 2,000 students, the Sellinger School offers undergraduate studies and graduate part-time, weekend, and full-time MBA, finance, and certificate programs on campuses in Baltimore, Columbia, and Timonium, Md.