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Undergraduate Business Programs

Majors & Minors

The Sellinger School of Business offers seven BBA majors, one B.S. major, one B.A. major, and 11 minors.

It Pays to Study Business at Loyola

The Sellinger School of Business and Management's hands-on curriculum focuses on the fundamentals of business—with a unique, Jesuit values-centered approach. Our emphasis on the liberal arts means that in addition to mastering the tools of their chosen field, students develop key communication, critical thinking, and leadership skills—and it pays off for graduates.

99% of grads Are employedor Are Accepted to grad school within 6-9 months of graduation
Mid-Career Salary 30% higherCompared to graduates from competitor institutions

Go beyond the classroom

Each academic program is designed to complement classroom learning with practical experiences and meaningful connections.

Sellinger Scholars

The Sellinger Scholars Program is a leadership development honors program that provides highly motivated students with increased academic rigor beyond the traditional curriculum of the Bachelors of Business Administration degree.

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The Data Visualization Lab

The all-new Sellinger 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—skills crucial to the future of business in data-centric world. From interpreting and reporting financial data, to understanding real-time supply chains, overcoming bottlenecks, and streamlining operations, students with access to this space will develop career-focused skills crucial to the future of business in data-centric world.

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Sellinger Experiential Learning Lab (SELL)

The Sellinger Experiential Learning Lab features Bloomberg Professional terminals and other technologies and allows students to develop practical knowledge and awareness of financial markets. With faculty guidance and input from an advisory board of finance industry executives, select students utilize the SELL’s resources to manage a real portion of the University’s endowment portfolio—while also gaining certification in platforms used by the majority of finance firms, including Bloomberg, Morningstar, and Capital IQ.

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Study Abroad, Internships, and Service Learning

Undergraduate students have the opportunity to participate in international experiences (whether through study abroad or a study tour), internship opportunities, and service-learning experiences. These programs expand students’ worldview and help build their résumés.

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Student associations and academic clubs

Students are encouraged to learn about and participate in at least one of the many student organizations within the Sellinger School of Business, such as the Financial Management Association, the Loyola Marketing Association, and Loyola University Maryland's chapters of national honor societies.

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Career Preparation

Benefit from dedicated career services and career fairs specific to business programs throughout the academic year through Loyola’s Career Center. Sellinger students become members of Loyola's vast and influential alumni network that can connect you to thousands of professionals and organizations in Baltimore and around the globe.

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