Part-time MBA Curriculum

Loyola's part-time MBA is comprised of a pre-program competency, 700-level core part time MBA courses to provide breadth and depth in all functional areas of business, and a variety of 700-level electives. The Professional's MBA can be completed in 39 credits. In addition, up to two course waiver exams may be taken by admitted students (waiver exams available for the following courses: Applied Business Statistics, Financial Strategy, and Managerial Economics)*.

Pre-program Competency

Math Proficiency (online resources provided)

Core Courses

Analytical Skills:
GB 706 - Accounting for Decision Making (3 cr.)
GB 707
- Managerial Economics (3 cr.)
GB 715 - Applied Business Statistics (3 cr.)

Leadership and Ethics:
GB 705 - Leading and Managing People (3 cr.)
GB 712 - Law, Ethics, and Social Responsibility (3 cr.)

Functional Areas:
GB 701 - Operations and Process Strategies (3 cr.)
GB 702 - Marketing Strategy (3 cr.)
GB 703 - Financial Strategy (3 cr.)
GB 704 - Emerging Technologies and Analytics (3 cr.)


Students select three electives (9 cr.) in the specialization of their choice.

GB 709 - Strategic Management (3 cr.)
(This capstone course must be taken within the last 6 credits)

*Admitted students interested in taking a waiver exam should contact the Office of Graduate Business Programs at 410-617-5067 or

Part-time MBA Specializations

Loyola's part-time MBA curriculum includes five specializations, which allow students to focus their studies in a particular area of business or prepare for further advancement in their specific career field. The following MBA specializations are currently available:

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