Loyola University Maryland

Sellinger School of Business

See Business Differently

Graduate programs in business administration, finance, cyber security management, and accounting.

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Business students in class

Professional's MBA

Weekday evening MBA program with flexible class schedules

Designed for working professionals ranging from early career stages to seasoned managers

Part-time; Self-paced

Classes offered Monday through Thursday evenings, 6:30 – 9 p.m. (Fall, Spring & Summer)

Timonium and Columbia Campuses

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis year-round

Master of Science in Finance

Weekday evening master's program with flexible class schedules

Designed for working professionals from any background with true enthusiasm for finance

Part-time; Self-paced

Classes offered Monday through Thursday evenings, 6:30 – 9 p.m. (Fall, Spring & Summer)

Timonium and Columbia Campuses

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis year-round

To learn more, please contact the Graduate Business Programs office at mba@loyola.edu or 410-617-5067.

Limited merit awards for the Professional’s MBA and M.S. in Finance programs are available for Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 start candidates. Early applicants with complete applications are reviewed first. Apply by Dec. 1 for consideration.

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Business students in class

Executive MBA

Cohort MBA program offered on Saturdays

Designed for experienced professionals with progressive management or leadership experience

Two-and-a-half years, September start only

Saturdays, 8 a.m. – 1:20 p.m. (Summers off)

Timonium Campus

Priority application deadline is June 1; Final application deadline is August 15; accepted on a rolling basis thereafter for the next year

To learn more, please contact Le'Keisha Johnson in the Graduate Business Programs office at ldjohnson@loyola.edu or 410-617-1623.

Limited Fellowship (merit award) opportunities are available. Applicants who submit completed applications (including supplemental documents) by the June 1 priority deadline will receive priority consideration for admission and fellowship awards.

One Year

Business students in class

Emerging Leaders MBA

Accelerated one-year cohort MBA program that incorporates traditional classroom coursework, an internship, and experiential learning

Designed for recent graduates or those with early career experience

Full-time; one year, September through August

Classes meet during the day

Columbia Campus

Application deadlines: Round 1 = Feb. 1 (decisions by Mar. 1); Round 2 = May 1 (decisions by June 1); Round 3 = Rolling admission after June 1 as space is available

The first and second rounds of admission ensure first consideration for the limited scholarship opportunities available and early admission to the cohort. Applications must be complete with all supplemental materials received by the deadlines to ensure a decision by the first and second rounds.

Master of Accounting

12 month full time MAcc program that provides advanced accounting content and provides graduate coursework that meets the 150 CPA licensure requirement. Course content includes an internship.

Designed for recent accounting graduates or those with equivalent accounting coursework

One year, full-time day June through May.  Ten course, thirty credit hour program

Application deadlines: Rolling admission from January through May 1st

To learn more, please contact Karen Mardock in the Graduate Business Programs office at elmba@loyola.edu or 410-617-7744.

Certificate

Business students in class

Cyber Security Certificate

Certificate program with a managerial and enterprise level focus

Designed for professionals seeking management-level certification in cyber security from a business perspective

Part-time, one year; January start (Spring, Summer, Fall)

Classes meet Monday through Thursday evenings, 6:30 – 9 p.m.

Columbia Campus

Application deadline is December 15

Accounting Certificate

Certificate program for accounting graduates

Designed for recent accounting graduates seeking to meet the 150-hour requirement for CPA licensure

12 weeks; Mid-May through July

Classes meet during the day

Timonium Campus

Application deadline is May 1

To learn more, please contact the Graduate Business Programs office at mba@loyola.edu or 410-617-5067.

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