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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, 12 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 talk with The Baltimore Sun and The Daily Record
What is the Emerging Leaders MBA Program?
$1 million gift to Loyola will strengthen opportunities for accounting faculty and students
Loyola accounting student wins PCAOB scholarship
MBA FAQ: Learn more about Sellinger's graduate admissions process
Reflections from a graduating Greyhound and parent
What do you need to know before booking your next flight?
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—a distinction held by fewer than 10% of all business schools nationwide and 1.5% in the world.
Meet the Sellinger Community
Frank D'Souza, Ph.D.
Dr. D'Souza seeks to provide students real-life experience in financial research and management
Stephen Walters, Ph.D.
This long-time Loyola professor is also a nationally-recognized expert in urban and sports economics
George McManus III
J.J. McDonnell's owner and Loyola graduate chases seafood around the world
Originally from Pickerington, Ohio, Sarah believes her Loyola education has strengthened her leadership skills and prepared her for her future as a creative director
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