The Sellinger School of Business at Loyola University Maryland provides its students with a powerful background in ethical leadership, commitment to social responsibility, and a combination of local and global connections that have earned widespread recognition for excellence.
Sellinger is among the few 5% of business programs accredited by the International Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB). With 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students, distinguished faculty, and an active Beta Gamma Sigma student honor society, Sellinger celebrates its Jesuit ethics to combine intellectual reasoning with practical experience so students are prepared to transform the world through sustainable economic development.
Sellinger welcomes international students to all of its business programs. At the undergraduate level, the bachelor’s in business administration offers concentrations in accounting, business economics, international business, finance, information systems, management, and marketing.
At the graduate level, Sellinger offers a variety of programs, including the Emerging Leaders MBA, which is a full-time program tailored to early career professionals, a full-time Master in Accounting, as well as part-time and weekend programs.
Loyola has longstanding study abroad partnerships in Argentina, Chile, and El Salvador, and active alumni networking with Universidad Alberto Hurtado in Chile. Increased connections with Latin American businesses, university faculty, and communities are a program goal.
At Sellinger, students access the best available opportunities, including state-of-the-art technology in classrooms, self-directed student business associations, and school-sponsored networking and service-learning opportunities.
Sellinger is not just another business school; it is set apart by its sustained commitment to values-centered business and ethical leadership.
Dean of the Selligner School, Kathleen A. Getz, Ph.D., explains:, “We prepare students for their vocations to lead business organizations that make useful products, provide needed services, create opportunities for dignified work, and pay a return to their investors. Our goal is to inspire students to understand business as a positive force for social change, and for our graduates to recognize and embrace their roles as the agents through which change can be achieved.”