Sellinger School of Business – Loyola University Maryland

History

Loyola established the Sellinger School of Business and Management in 1980. In 1984, the business school was formally named the Joseph A. Sellinger, S.J. School of Business and Management. In 1988, the Sellinger School earned accreditation in all programs by AACSB and in 1990, the Accounting Department earned specialized national accreditation from AACSB.

In 2010, Sellinger started the Emerging Leaders MBA–its first ever full-time graduate business program.

Location

The Sellinger School of Business dean’s office and department offices are located on the Evergreen Campus on North Charles Street in Baltimore City.

There are two graduate centers in Timonium, MD and Columbia, MD. The Timonium Graduate Center is home to the Professional’s MBA, Master of Science in Finance, and Executive MBA programs and their administrative offices. The Columbia Graduate Center is home to the Professional’s MBA, Master of Science in Finance, and Emerging Leaders MBA programs.

The Evergreen Campus is located less than 20 minutes away from center city Baltimore.

Facilities

The school’s main building is Sellinger Hall, which was built in 2000. It was designed so that its architecture matches with the Gothic architecture of the main campus, while still having all of the modern amenities and technology that students need to be successful. The university’s main campus, located in Baltimore, has a wide array of services for students, including a bookstore, labs, meeting rooms, and a library.

Faculty

The Sellinger School of Business employs 61 full-time and 37 part-time faculty members. About 62 percent of business faculty hold Ph.D.s (or terminal degrees). Faculty members teach across seven academic departments, including Accounting, Economics, Finance, Information Systems/Operations Management, Law and Social Responsibility, Management/International Business, Marketing.

Many instructors are researchers, consultants, board members, economists, directors, and public speakers, with a record of success in the corporate arena. Their rich experiences locally and abroad are used as learning tools in the classroom, and they often connect students to employment and internship opportunities at the extraordinary institutions where they work.

Student Body

The most recent class featured 446 students enrolled across all of Sellinger’s master’s degree programs. This included 20 students in the Emerging Leaders MBA and 53 in the Executive MBA. MBA classes typically have between 15 and 25 students in each class. Women make up 71 percent of the total graduate school student body at Loyola.

MBA Degree Offerings

The Sellinger School of Business offers a full-time Emerging Leaders MBA, in addition to the part-time MBA, and Executive MBA.