Welcome to the Business Administration Program
Become the business leader you didn't think exists
Superior business skills that will give you a competitive advantage and solid values don’t need to be mutually exclusive. Today, more than ever, businesses need ethical, empowered leaders who invite trust, build community, and value their professional responsibility more than self interest.
In the Bachelor of Business Administration program at Loyola, you’ll get a well-rounded education with emphasis on a broad understanding of fundamental economic principles, the role of each of the business functional areas, the impact of global and societal forces on business. You’ll be introduced to real-world business problems and solutions through the Executive Mentor Program during your first year and a comprehensive internship during your junior or senior year. It’s all to prepare you for a business career where values, ethics, and character are not left in the corporate parking lot.
If there’s anyone who can get a job by comparing herself to a Whopper, it’s international business and marketing senior Gracie Palombo.
The Dicle-Levendis Trading Game, a simulated stock market game created by Mehmet Dicle, finance professor, and John Levendis, economics professor, teaches finance students the basics of investment portfolio management in an online environment where students can buy and sell stocks.