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A nationally recognized Jesuit business education that prepares leaders to build a better world. Discover the Sellinger difference.
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Side-by-Side Program Comparison
PART-TIME, SELF PACED,
Designed for a range of working professionals looking to pursue their MBA at their own pace
Emerging Leaders MBA
FULL-TIME, 12 MONTHS,
A cohort program designed for recent college graduates and early career professionals
Master of Accounting
FULL-TIME, 10 MONTHS,
Designed for those with an accounting Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent coursework
Majors and Minors
of faculty hold
a Ph.D. or terminal
average class size
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Sellinger faculty in the news: May/June 2019
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Clinic (VITA) exceeds student, faculty expectations
Sellinger faculty in the news: March/April 2019
Emerging Leaders MBA Student Spotlight
Student innovators pitch to build a better Baltimore
Sellinger MBA specialty programs ranked by U.S. News
What role can companies play in solving social problems?
Building a Better World Through Business celebrates the good that business does for society
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The Sellinger School is accredited by AACSB-International in both business and accounting—a distinction earned by only 5% of business schools worldwide.
Meet the Sellinger Community
George McManus III
J.J. McDonnell's owner and Loyola graduate chases seafood around the world
Samantha’s international academic experience through Loyola's Tech Trek inspired her double major
Finance, Information Systems
Gerard Athaide, Ph.D.
As a professor of marketing in Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business and Management, Dr. Gerard Athaide believes his field is all about innovation.
Sarah credits her development as a confident leader to her involvement in student organizations at Loyola