Management / International Business
The department of management and international business serves Loyola's mission—to learn, lead and serve in a global, changing world—with faculty, courses, and curricula that provide students with a marketable and meaningful Jesuit business education. The basic philosophy of the department is to teach students to use leadership and management skills to create wealth and social justice consistent with Jesuit values and traditions.
Experienced faculty deliver current, relevant business knowledge and skills in leadership and management for a competitive global economy. Elective courses in human resource management, entrepreneurship, and global strategy complement business core courses in organizational behavior, international business and business strategy, supporting popular concentrations in management, international business, and general business.
Department faculty sponsor internships, independent study, research seminars, and foreign study trips to South America and Europe that extend the traditional classroom experience and supports the School's experiential requirements. The department offers two of the five major courses for the Sellinger Scholars program, BH201 and BH402. And finally, the department supports the entrepreneurship, international business, and business minors.
Faculty offices are located on the 4th floor of Sellinger Hall on Loyola's main campus in Baltimore. The department chair, Michael Unger, is located in Sellinger 413. Mary Ciamarra, the department Administrative Assistant, is located in the 418 suite. Department faculty also teach and meet students at the Timonium and Columbia campuses.
For more information, contact Mary Ciamarra at 410-617-2691, 1-800-221-9107 (ext. 2691) or email@example.com.
Loyola University Maryland
Department of Management/ International Business
4501 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21210-2699