Loyola University Chicago was ranked one of the "Top 50 business
schools in the United States of Business Education Commission in
2007, and the school still collects accolades today for its
programs. Loyola offers three different MBA programs at its
North Chicago Campus located toward Lake Michigan.
Master of Business Administration for Executives
The EMBA program at Loyola call themselves "value-based",
meaning that management training be taught within a certain
system of values. Some of Loyola values for its leaders is
"treat others honestly, fairly and respectfully," "take
responsibility for decisions" and "to act with the highest
degree of integrity." Loyola gives credit to the Jesuit
philosophy, where the school was founded for its value system.
Master of Business Administration
MBA students at Loyola choose a concentration of study in the
field of business administration. Some concentrations offered
are marketing, management, legal environment, international
trade and finance. Students from business educational
backgrounds are able to give up four of the required courses.
Loyola offers study abroad programs for its MBA students to
destinations such as:. India, Southeast Asia, China, Poland and
Masters of Business Administration in Health Care Management
The MBA-HCM program is designed as a continuing education
opportunity to work professionally. Loyola business school
cooperates with the school medicine and nursing programs in the
training of professionals in the medical field for leadership
roles. Classes are held once a week over a period of two years
to help the professional student with a work plan.
Loyola part-time MBA program is ranked No 2 in the Midwest with
Picks." Part-time students will receive the same degree,
and the same opportunities as full-time MBA students.