Finance is a vital area of American business. Current trends and ethical dimensions of the world of high finance make the liberal arts background that Loyola offers an essential part of any strong finance education.
The B.S. in finance is one of the most popular undergraduate programs in the Sellinger School of Business. It is also the largest concentration in the graduate programs - Loyola offers a part-time MBA degree with a specialization in finance.
The Finance department is comprised of highly qualified faculty. Their areas of expertise include and are not limited to:
- Personal Finance
- Corporate Finance
- Derivatives Securities
- Financial Theory
- International Finance
- Fixed Income Securities
- Analysis and valuation
- Equities Securities
- Financial Markets and Institutions
Finance faculty also exhibit dedication to quality teaching, research and their publications, which have been published in some of the most famous Finance Journals in the country.
Finance students have access to the Sellinger Experiential Learning Lab (SELL) located in Sellinger Hall. The SELL is an innovative trading room managed by faculty that provides practical knowledge and awareness of financial markets, incorporating the latest investment technologies for a real-world trading experience.
The Department of Finance is located on the 3rd floor of Sellinger Hall on Loyola's Evergreen campus in Baltimore. Finance Department Chair Frank D'Souza, Ph.D., can be found in Sellinger Hall 318b.
Frank D'Souza, Ph.D.
Department Chair, Finance
Professor of Finance
Sellinger Hall 318b
The Sellinger School of Business is looking for talented part-time instructors with a passion for education and a desire to share their knowledge and skills teaching day, evening or online classes. View the job posting.
Sellinger Hall 318