The ever-changing world of business demands a different kind of leader -- one that thinks critically and is socially responsible. That’s exactly the type of leader the College of Business at Loyola creates.
With programs in accounting, business analytics, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, international business, management, and marketing, Loyola’s AACSB-accredited College of Business is uniquely poised to awaken, enlighten, and transform today’s students into tomorrow’s business leaders.
The Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Development hosted the New Orleans Startup Weekend in October, and announced a new partnership with Idea Village to continue the successful New Orleans Entrepreneur Week with the IDEACorps Consulting Challenge and other events to be held in March, 2016.
Students from Loyola’s MBA program will review the center’s NASA-patented technologies and choose one to develop into a commercial product. Then, they will work with Stennis engineers to provide communications, marketing, and business strategies for that technology, starting in Spring 2016.
Michael Pitre's first novel, Fives and Twenty Fives, receives rave reviews all around.