Executive MBA Curriculum

The Executive MBA is a cohort-based, lockstep curriculum program. Classes take place from 8:00 a.m.–1:20 p.m. on Saturdays, with time off during the summer. The Executive MBA spans two-and-a-half years. The curriculum includes an introductory residency, an executive coaching component, and international and domestic travel experiences in addition to Saturday coursework.

Year One: Fundamentals of Business

Residency: Executive Leadership
Leadership & Organizational Effectiveness
Accounting Information for Executive Decision Making
Foundation of Economic & Business Analyses
Strategic Planning & Analysis
Statistics & Quantitative Methods
Global Macroeconomics

Year Two: Process of Value Creation

Information Technology Lab
Marketing Management
Financial Management
Marketing Strategy
Operations Management
International & Global Business
Project Management

Year Three: Implementation & Stakeholder Analysis

International Field Study
Government & Legal Environment of Business
Strategic Integration & Implementation
Leading Change
Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility  
Capstone Retreat: Putting Values into Action

This program helped me leap into a CEO role for a business in a turn-around situation, and turn around it did!

-Eric Neal '09

After my MBA, I started my own IT consulting business which is now close to $1M in less than two years.

-Nitin Agarwal '09

My experience thus far has been unbelievably enlightening. I have B.S. in Electronics Engineering and this program in one year has nearly provided as much use as my four years earning my engineering degree.

-Nick Holbrook '17

Loyola helped me become a confident, qualified business leader well prepared for future growth, new challenges, and an ethical business victory.

-Dan Phillips '12

Not only have I gained a lot of educational knowledge but I feel I have gained lifetime friends and built a camaraderie with the entire cohort. The opportunities arising from networking and the connections formed are a benefit that is hard to put on paper.

-Nick Holbrook '17

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