Loyola University Maryland

Sellinger School of Business

The Sellinger School of Business has a reputation for quality education, involved faculty, and a supportive atmosphere. Sellinger is one of a few schools in the world with AACSB dual accreditation in accounting and business. Students enjoy flexible programs and convenient locations in Baltimore, Timonium, and Columbia, and graduates join an influential alumni network.

Explore our programs


Explore Our Programs

The Professional's MBA is a part-time MBA program for working professionals from all academic and industry backgrounds. Students study at their own pace, choosing an evening class schedule at our Columbia and/or Timonium campuses. Some hybrid and online courses options are available. Contemporary curriculum is case-based and experiential. There are MBA specialization options as well through a wide range of electives. Scholarships and grants are available, as are international study tours.

The Emerging Leaders MBA is an accelerated, 1-year, full-time MBA for recent graduates and early career professionals. All classes are at the Baltimore campus. Students in the MBA program engage in business casework for local organizations, networking opportunities, internships and mentoring from business community members while enjoying immersive international studies and domestic field study in places like San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Tuition is all-inclusive, and scholarships and grants are available.

The Master of Accounting (MAcc) program is for accounting majors and candidates with equivalent coursework. The program is one year in length, full-time, beginning in May or September, and enables graduates to sit for the CPA exam. All classes are at the Baltimore campus. Students experience guest speakers and events, a spring or fall internship at top local accounting firms with potential job opportunities, and access to business community members. Scholarships and grants are available. The Accounting Certificate, a three-month program for credits toward the 150-hour requirement for CPA licensure, is also available. Students may be able to transfer the four courses from Accounting Certificate to the Master of Accounting program.