Professional's MBA

Professional MBA

A part-time, evening MBA program

  • Designed for a range of working professionals looking to pursue their MBA at their own pace
  • Classes offered year-round in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters  
  • Academic concentration (four courses) in Accounting and specializations (three courses) in Marketing, Finance, International Business, Management, Information Systems, and General Business
  • Applications are accepted on a rolling basis year-round:
      • Fall semester deadlines: Aug. 1 (priority), Aug. 15 (final)
      • Spring semester deadlines: Dec. 1 (priority), Dec. 15 (final)
      • Summer semester deadlines: May 1 (priority), May 15 (final)

Limited merit scholarships for our Professional’s MBA program are available. Early applicants with complete applications are reviewed first.

Course waivers are also available for qualified applicants. Candidates who majored in business disciplines as undergraduates may save costs and complete the program in as few as 11 courses or 33 credits. An unofficial course waiver analysis form can be submitted for review.


Virtual Information Session — Join Us!

Thursday, July 31, Noon–1:00 p.m.
Participants must 
register 24 hours in advance

Join us for an informative virtual session about Loyola's graduate business degree options--The Professional's MBA, Executive MBA, Emerging Leaders MBA and Master of Science in Finance. You’ll learn about our convenient weekend and evening MBA formats, exciting international field studies in all programs, admission requirements and timelines. Participation will waive the graduate application fee. 



About the Program

Our most popular and largest program, the Professional's MBA was designed for dedicated professionals from a variety of industries who come together to expand their knowledge base, enhance their expertise, learn from one another and push the limits of their leadership capabilities in a part-time or evening opportunity.

This program attracts creative individuals with the ability and desire to move business forward and improve the world around them. Classrooms become a diverse learning lab where anyone from a brand manager, a non-profit executive officer, a financial planner, or a doctor join together to dissect complex business problems—each bringing a different idea, a different expertise, and a different level of experience to the table. A room where conventional wisdom is constantly challenged and worldviews, from the narrow to the global, are constantly enriched. Together they benefit from our unique, Jesuit values-centered approach to business emphasizing reflection, discernment, global awareness, and ethical commitment to inspire distinct, adaptable leaders with the capacity to make sound, responsible decisions—around it.


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