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August 10, 2012

Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management considers course waivers for qualified applicants to the part-time Professional’s MBA and Master of Science in Finance programs.

Applicants who majored in business disciplines as undergraduates and graduated during the years 2008-11 will automatically be reviewed for course waivers. To qualify for course waiver consideration students must have graduated within the last five years and maintained a B grade or better in each of the equivalent courses that are to be waived. There is the opportunity for students to waive as many as 20 credits within the MBA or 10 credits in the MSF.

Taking advantage of this programmatic benefit could translate to significant cost savings as much as $18,000 in the Professional’s MBA program or $9,000 in the Master of Science in Finance program.

Both the Professional’s MBA and Master of Science in Finance programs offer weekday evening classes with flexible class schedules for professionals from any academic background. Qualified candidates may complete the MBA program in as few as 11 courses (33 credits) or the MSF program in as few as 10 courses (30 credits). Both programs are still accepting applications with rolling admission as space is available for the fall term beginning in September. Applications may be submitted online

Interested in learning more? Please contact the Graduate Business Programs office directly at 410-617-5067 or mba@loyola.edu to discuss the waiver policy or to request an unofficial waiver analysis, which can be done prior to application.

For Professional’s MBA or Master of Science in Finance admissions information, please contact Carey Miller at 410-617-1805 or cmmiller1@loyola.edu. For general questions please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions at 410-617-5020 or graduate@loyola.edu.



For more information or questions regarding this story, contact Media Relations Manager Nick Alexopulos at nalexopulos@loyola.edu or 410-617-5025.