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Loyola’s “small, flexible MBA program” “really caters to each and every student,” a fact appreciated by the predominantly part-time student body in the College of Business’ graduate programs. MBAs here also love the “Jesuit tradition,” which encourages “involvement in the New Orleans community.” “I appreciate being at a place that not only educates my mind, but gives me social awareness as well,” one student writes.

Loyola offers a general “professional” MBA as well as a “fast-track” MBA designed to be completed within one year. Furthermore, the MBA program offers specialization tracks allowing students to select three elective courses in a specific concentration including: Finance, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, and Operations. The MBA culminates in a Capstone Consulting Project where students are required to conduct research and produce an in-depth report of a company applying all major topics covered in all required courses taken throughout the student’s tenure in the MBA program.

Both programs are comprised of 40 credit hours; 12 (3 credit hour) courses separated by 4 (1 credit hour) immersion weeks that offer more intensive seminars on topics vital to an MBA program such as orientation and launch, venture and start-up entrepreneurship, career development, and ethics and social justice.

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Susan Mickey
Director of Graduate Programs

6363 St. Charles Avenue
Campus Box 15
New Orleans, LA 70118
United States

(504) 864-7953

(504) 864-7970



Applicants: 36
Acceptance Rate: 94%
Average Undergrad GPA 3.32
Years Work Experience: 1.5
Average Age: 23



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