- Two-and-half year cohort program
- Offered 8 a.m. – 1:20 p.m. on Saturdays with summers off
- Designed exclusively for experienced professionals who have achieved significant success and want to ensure they continue on this trajectory.
- Program start: September 2015—Now accepting applications.
- Priority Deadline: June 1
Admission to the cohort is competitive and limited Fellowship (merit award) opportunities are available. Applicants who submit completed applications (including supplemental documents) by the Priority Deadline will receive priority consideration for Admission and Fellowship Awards.
Graduate Business Programs Information Session
Loyola University Graduate Center--Columbia Campus
8890 McGaw Rd Columbia, MD 21045
Wednesday, November 5, 5:30—7:15 p.m. with Test Drive
Loyola University Graduate Center--Timonium Campus
2034 Greenspring Dr Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093
Virtual Information Sessions
A brief presentation and discussion about Loyola's graduate business programs. Learn about Loyola's convenient full-time, weekend, and evening graduate program formats. We'll discuss admission requirements and application timelines for one of the region's leading, world-ranked business schools. Attendance will waive the $60 application fee.
About the Program
To position you for even greater success, we structured an effective and efficient cohort-based program that brings together talented professionals of similar experience levels who then proceed through each course at the same pace for the duration of the two-and-a-half-year program.
Representing a wide variety of industries, students bring their current work topics to a place where their collective experiences serve as live case studies for their colleagues to discuss and dissect.
The curriculum focuses on contemporary issues critical for senior managers and executives. The program builds content around integrating themes within and across course modules. It is primarily delivered over ten, 10-week modules during which students take two courses per module. The 10-week modules are progressive and have the theme of strategic management across three main concepts: the process of value creation, implementation and stakeholder analysis, and personal effectiveness.
Executive Programs Academic Director Lists the Top 5 Value-adds to the Program
Prospective Executive MBA students have already experienced great success in their career—but business is always changing, and continuous learning and a global perspective is essential to developing strategic management competencies that will help leaders realize their professional goals in a challenging, complex, and competitive marketplace.
Students in Loyola's Executive MBA program work closely with Academic Director Gloria Phillips-Wren, Ph.D., professor and chair of information systems and operations management. As a '98 graduate of Loyola’s MBA Fellows program who worked as a civilian engineer with the Army prior to her MBA, Wren understands the needs of our Executive students in a very personal way. In addition to her management experience, Wren brings her research expertise in decision-making to the role.
We recently caught up with Wren who lists the top five value-adds in the Executive MBA program that will help continue your growth as an engaged, effective, and responsible business leader. Read the full story.