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Academic Programs

Economics Major

Loyola's economics degree options, which feature interactive and transformative discussion around real world social issues and business decisions, develop industrious and adaptable students that are more than ready for a wide variety of career paths.

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Academic Programs

Accounting Major

The accounting program at Loyola provides a values-centered business education, preparing graduates to be technically proficient, well-developed communicators, with the skills and experience necessary to be a turnkey package for any employer.

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Academic Opportunities

Rising to the Challenge: Pitching SolarStop at Building a Better World Through Business

A student shares takeaways, lessons learned, and experience proposing forward-thinking solutions from Loyola’s Building a Better World Through Business annual pitch competition.

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Course Snapshot

Exploring IS 360: Management of Global IT

Students embark on a 10-day immersion program to Ireland to learn more about global information technology through site visits with leading tech companies.

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Academics

Finance major

Finance is one of the most popular undergraduate concentrations in the Sellinger School of Business, and students benefit from expert faculty and access to technology such as the Sellinger Experiential Learning Lab.

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Academics

Marketing major

Loyola's marketing major within the Sellinger School of Business teaches students core marketing principles, personal selling and sales management, consumer behavior, advertising, marketing strategy, and international marketing.

Alumni Spotlight

Honoring their roots

How a passion for social justice led two Loyola grads to found Local Color Flowers, a community-focused flower shop that sources directly from farmers within 100 miles of Baltimore.

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Course Snapshot

Creativity that leads to change

Design thinking course helps student entrepreneurs bring ideas to life.

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Field Experience

Broader horizons

Overseas trips open a world of study to MBA students.

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Faculty spotlight

Cura Personalis: JP Krahel, Ph.D., CPA

Loyola’s Teacher of the year helps accounting students connect with the community.