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Loyola students volunteering in a woodsy area picking up trash
Service-Learning at Loyola
Service-learning integrates community service with academic coursework, providing students with opportunities to connect, collaborate, and share knowledge with community partners
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Career Preparation
Sellinger School of Business and Management opens data analytics visualization lab
Loyola’s data analytics visualization lab is a state-of-the-art classroom outfitted with technology to help students interpret, manipulate, and present large amounts of data.
The Miguel B. Fernandez Family Center for Innovation and Collaborative Learning on Loyola's Evergreen campus
Loyola's commitment to sustainability efforts
In recent years, the University has doubled down on its sustainability initiatives, identifying and taking intentional steps to preserve the planet.
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Ask the Expert
Kerry Tan, Ph.D., shares his insights on the airline industry
Loyola economist specializes in industrial organization and applied microeconomics with a focus on strategic behavior in the airline industry.
Aniysa Fritz portrait photo
Alumni Profile
Business graduate leads with values, pursuing sustainability and developing a not-for-profit charity
Throughout her career, Anisya Fritz, Ph.D., ’85, has turned challenge into opportunity
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Loyola students create award-winning platform to assist small businesses in Baltimore
Student-created Equalyze platform connects students with local businesses to give them real world experience in helping grow small businesses.
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A Sit Down with Sellinger
Explore the world of business, from career advice to company visits and more!
Group of Sellinger Scholars listening intently to a construction supervisor during a site tour
Honors Program
Sellinger Scholars
The Sellinger Scholars program is a business honors program that fosters leadership development and prepares students to lead and serve in a diverse and changing world.
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Faculty Mentorship
Philosophy professor creates gift-giving app with help of student business team
Loyola student shares her experience launching GFTD app with its creator, her faculty mentor
Two students giving a professional-level presentation
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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Course Snapshot
Exploring IS 360: Management of Global IT
Students embark on a 10-day immersion program to study abroad Ireland to learn more about global information technology through site visits with leading tech companies.
Members of Loyola's Fed Challenge Team practice at a conference table as faculty proctor, John Burger acts as referee
Beyond the Classroom
Fed Challenge Team
The highly motivated students on Loyola's nationally ranked Fed Challenge team see their studies in action by working together to apply Federal Reserve policy to real world economic conditions during the annual competition.
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Finance major
Finance is one of the most popular undergraduate majors in the Sellinger School of Business and Management, and students benefit from expert faculty and access to technology such as the Sellinger Experiential Learning Lab.
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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.
Ellen Frost and Eric Moller posing in front of a wall mural of a flower
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.
Coastal city with seaside rocks.
Field Experience
Broader horizons
Overseas trips open the world of study abroad to MBA students.
JP in dress shirt and tie outside the alumni chapel.
Faculty spotlight
Cura Personalis: JP Krahel, Ph.D., CPA
Loyola’s Teacher of the year helps accounting students connect with the community.
T.J. Kelly smiles while sitting on a couch with a laptop on his lap
“I felt more prepared than anyone else.”
TJ Kelly, ’13, credits his Loyola education to his success in his career in media strategy.