How does the part time MBA program at Loyola differ from the full time program? Is there any funding available for part time students?


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Easily the most popular MBA program at the Sellinger School of Business, the Professional MBA allows working professionals to earn their degrees at their own pace, without a restrictive schedule and without leaving the workforce. The program brings together students from a broad range of industries to learn from one another and enhance their existing skills.

Designed to attract creative individuals with a passion for effecting positive change, classes create an environment in which students challenge the conventional wisdom and enhance their own perspectives. Loyola’s own Jesuit perspective informs the curriculum, encouraging reflection, discernment and global awareness in the decision-making process.

Students can opt to take a four-course academic concentration in accounting or complete a specialization in marketing, finance, international business, management, information systems or general business.

Classes are offered all year long in the spring, summer and fall semesters, and students can enter the program at any point. Limited merit scholarships are available, as are course waivers for students with an undergraduate background in business.

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