Management Consulting Minor

With a minor in management consulting from Loyola, you'll gain the in-demand skills and competencies necessary to help organizations improve their performance. This six-course program will prepare you to gather data, formulate strategy, and persuasively present insightful solutions for a broad range of organizations. From for-profit, and non-profit entities to governmental agencies and beyond, you'll be more than ready to demonstrate the problem solving, effective communication, organization, and credibility needed to drive them towards success.

Grounded in Loyola's liberal arts curriculum, the management consulting minor fosters skill such as research, critical thinking, evidence-based problem solving, and analytical reasoning, making it the perfect compliment to a variety of Loyola majors including business administration, communications, computer science, economics, engineering, political science, psychology, public administration, and the natural sciences.

The management consulting minor is not available to students majoring in International Business, Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness, or Sustainability Management.

Explore our course catalogue for a full list of required courses, suggested electives, descriptions, and more.

The management consulting minor is part of the Sellinger School’s Management & Organizations Department

Irem Demirkan
Department Chair
Associate Professor of Management
Sellinger Hall 418b
410-617-2395
idemirkan@loyola.edu

Debra Mitchell
Program Assistant
Sellinger Hall 418
410-617-2357
dmitchell4@loyola.edu

dmitchell4@loyola.edu

Visit the Management and Organizations Department page