Located in the historic, culturally diverse, and thriving city of New Orleans, Loyola University's College of Business offers an evening MBA program on a full-time or part-time basis. Whether you are looking to complete your degree in a full calendar year or take it at a slower pace, we will be able to accommodate you. Each class meets only one night per week, so you can easily fit your classes into your schedule
With full-time and part-time / executive style configurations, the Loyola MBA program will help you develop your own competitive advantage in the workforce. Whether you choose to participate full-time or part-time, you will have the opportunity to receive the same quality education with our talented faculty and share knowledge in the classroom with your fellow MBA students.
Our MBA program is offered in the following configurations:
Full-time "Fast-track" Evening (1 yr)
Part-time "Professional" Evening (2+ yrs)
For more information about the program, see the university bulletin »
In addition to our core courses, our MBA program offers 'specialization tracks' designed to increase our graduates' marketability in their professional fields of interest. Our 'tracks' consist of 9 credit hours of electives plus a 3 credit hour capstone project. To view elective choices for each track, please click here. Based on employer demand, our specialization tracks include:
Additionally, we offer a dual MBA / JD (Juris Doctor) degree with the university's College of Law and a dual MBA / MPS (Master of Pastoral Studies) degree with the Loyola Institute for Ministry. For information on these joint programs, contact us directly.
Our innovative 'immersion weeks' provide an opportunity to interact with faculty, executives, and fellow MBA students in order to develop skills in a variety of topics not covered in traditional MBA programs. These intensive 4-night 'immersion weeks' are 1-credit courses strategically placed in between our 6-week course modules to increase student participation.
Students parcipate in a total of 4 immersion weeks in the MBA program, as outlined below: