Part-Time MBA Program

Program Features

Gain access to Sellinger’s unrivaled and influential alumni network through the part-time, Professional’s MBA. Designed for working professionals, you won’t have to put your life on hold to achieve your goals—manage your program at your own pace, with the help of your dedicated program advisor, in the format that works best for you. Regardless of your path in the Professional’s MBA, our renowned faculty and executives in residence, rigorous curriculum, experiential learning, opportunities for mentorship, and career services, work together to go beyond theory and enhance your professional growth, preparing you to be more than ready for whatever’s next in your career.

Summer 2024 Applications Are Open

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  • 2023-24 Tuition: $1,080/Credit
  • Blended or Fully Online
  • No GMAT/GRE Required 
  • 39 Credits
  • Start in Fall, Spring or Summer
  • Choose from Five Specializations

Professional's MBA Specializations

Customize your program by aligning your course choices with personal interests and career goals. We currently offer five specializations in a variety of top industry focus areas:

An Overview of the Professional's MBA Program

Format Options


  • 8-week courses
  • Primarily in a hybrid format with courses consisting of one evening in-person class session and one online asynchronous session per week
  • In-person course meetings take place in Baltimore
  • Some online options are available with fully asynchronous courses or courses with a weekly online synchronous component


  • 8-week courses
  • 100% online
  • Primarily asynchronous with select courses offering a weekly evening online synchronous component
  • Small class sizes provide for a personalized student experience and opportunities for faculty and student interaction

Students in both formats complete the program at their own pace—typically finishing in 2–3 years—and have access to resources in career servicesmentoring, networking, and study tour opportunities. Our dedicated program advisors work with each student to design an individualized plan – keeping specialization, pace, preferred format and location in mind.


The Professional's MBA consists of 39 credits and includes 10 core courses designed to provide breadth and depth in all functional areas of business, plus 3 electives. Once enrolled, students can earn credit for up to two core courses by passing a proficiency exam; exams are available for the following specified courses: Managerial Economics; Applied Business Statistics; and Financial Strategy.

Core Courses
30 credits total

Analytical Skills:
Accounting for Decision Making
Managerial Economics
Applied Business Statistics

Leadership and Ethics:
Leading and Managing People
Law, Ethics, and Social Responsibility

Functional Areas:
Operations and Process Strategies
Marketing Strategy 
Financial Strategy
Emerging Technologies and Analytics
Strategic Management (capstone)

9 credits total

Students select three electives in the specialization of their choice.


Priority Deadlines 

Apply by the priority deadline for best award consideration. Learn more about Sellinger scholarships and awards.

Fall Semester: July 1
Spring Semester: November 1
Summer Semester: March 1

General Deadlines

At the discretion of the department, applications will continue to be reviewed after the general deadline on a space-available basis.

Fall Semester: August 1
Spring Semester: 
December 1
Summer Semester: 
April 1

International students with or needing an F-1 visa are only eligible to complete the Professional's MBA program fully online while outside of the United States. Form I-20s cannot be issued for this program.

How to Apply

The following should be completed with the online application:

  • Online application form; non-refundable fee of $60
  • Applicants should select specialization area of interest when they apply
  • Resume or curriculum vitae
  • Essay/personal statement OR virtual interview
  • Official transcripts from degree-granting institutions
  • One professional letter of recommendation

Applicants who have not earned (or will not be earning) a bachelor's or higher degree from a college or university where English is the sole language of instruction are required to provide official English language examination scores.

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Double Greyhound Alumni Discount

A 15% tuition discount is now available to Loyola alumni admitted to the part-time MBA program beginning in the 2021-2022 academic year and beyond. Learn More >>


Ready to Take Your Next Step?

Our team is here to help you with the next stage of your journey. Reach out to us today!

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Our Unrivaled Network

Our alumni represent the region’s most driven, diverse, and committed professionals across industries and generations. While they come from different academic and professional backgrounds, and have different career goals, all of Sellinger’s alumni are changemakers, shaping the future of business from small local organizations to top global firms. As a part of the Sellinger community, you’ll discover that our network's strength lies not only in its size but in its dedication to collaboration, mentorship, and support. Through our alumni speaker events and the graduate mentor program, Sellinger graduates actively engage in meaningful interactions, serving as a catalyst for innovation, entrepreneurship, and impact. Apply today to join our network and see where these door-opening, and life-shaping connections will lead you.

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