Rankings and Statistics
In addition to being accredited by AACSB, the Sellinger School of Business and Management has received accolades from some of the world's most prestigious publications, including BusinessWeek, Financial Times, U.S. News and World Report, and Princeton Review.
- The Princeton Review included Loyola's Sellinger School in its "Best 296 Business Schools: 2013 Edition", the fourth consecutive year Loyola has joined this elite list .
- U.S. News & World Report ranked the Sellinger part-time MBA programs in the Top 100 nationally in 2012 and 2013.
- U.S. News & World Report has ranked Sellinger among the top 30 graduate business schools for finance and accounting specialties in its 2014 edition of "Best Graduate Schools," the only school in Maryland to be ranked in these specialties.
- BusinessWeek ranked Loyola's Sellinger School in the top-10% nationally for five academic specialties in its “Best Undergrad B-Schools by Specialty 2012” report. Loyola ranked among the top universities in the nation for its information systems (No. 3), microeconomics (No. 8), macroeconomics (No. 8), business law (No. 10), and ethics (No. 12) specialties. Loyola also received high ranks for marketing (No. 15) and international business (No. 28).
- BusinessWeek ranked Loyola' Sellinger School No. 53 in the nation in its“Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2013”. Loyola is the only Maryland school on this year’s list.
- BusinessWeek ranked Loyola's Sellinger School No. 45 in its fifth annual "2011 Best Undergrad B-Schools." Additionally, among the 139 schools considered, Sellinger was ranked No. 9 in marketing management, No. 19 in ethics, No. 15 in international business and No. 13 in business law.
- Financial Times ranked Loyola among the Top 100 Executive MBA programs in the world in 2009, 2010, and 2011. Loyola has been ranked as high asNo. 3 in the world for corporate social responsibility, No. 24 in the world and first in the region for "aims achieved" by students, No. 50 in the world for career progression, and No. 14 in the U.S. for the percentage of women in the cohort program by the publication.
- U.S. News & World Report’s 2011 “America’s Best Colleges” survey ranked Loyola's finance and accounting programs number 21 and 24, respectively, in the magazine’s rankings of undergraduate business specialty programs.
- U.S. News & World Report ranked Loyola No. 27 in the “International” category of its annual “America’s Best Business Schools” business specialty rankings.
- BusinessWeek ranked Loyola number 45 in its fourth annual "Best Undergrad B-Schools 2010" survey. Additionally, among the 139 schools eligible to be ranked, Sellinger was number 23 in academic quality and number 42 in student satisfaction. In the specialty rankings, Sellinger was number 3 in business law, number 5 in marketing, number 11 in sustainability, and number 15 in ethics.
- U.S. News & World Report ranked Loyola as one of the nation's top 30 part-time MBA program in 2010.
- The Princeton Review's "Best 301 Business Schools" for 2010 lauded Sellinger's approach to preparing students to lead in a global economy.
- The Princeton Review's "Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools" published in Entrepreneur magazine in 2009 ranked Sellinger among top 15 graduate schools in the "Global Management" category.
Loyola began offering business courses in 1937, becoming the Sellinger School of Business and Management in 1984. The growth and success of Sellinger through the years has led it to be recognized not only in a slew of national and international rankings, but by the following achievements as well:
- U.S. News & World Report ranked Loyola second among the Best Universities Master's (North) in its 2013 edition of “Best Colleges.”
- Loyola University Maryland has been ranked No. 1 in the nation among master’s institutions that have the most students who study abroad in one-semester programs by the Institute of International Education in 2011 and 2012.
- AACSB-International accredited in both business and accounting - fewer than 10% of all business schools nationwide, and 1.5% in the world, hold dual accreditation through AACSB.
- 97% of our faculty hold terminal degrees in their academic specialties.
- First MBA program in the Baltimore region.