- Class of 2018
- program Professional's MBA
After completing his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad de San Pedro Sula in Honduras and working as an engineer, Antonio Tábora-Flores realized he had an interest in business and management. He was awarded a federal scholarship to continue his education, and he applied to the Professional's MBA program in Loyola's Sellinger School of Business and Management. Antonio says he was drawn to Loyola for its Jesuit tradition as well as for the in-person format that allows him to network with professors, students, and alumni. In addition to his studies, Antonio also works with Loyola’s technical support department.
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Loyola's Professional's MBA program offers the best balance between work and study, especially for those who don't wish to halt their professional career for a full-time graduate program. And the networking is invaluable.