Quinlan School of Business: Loyola University Chicago – Chicago, Illinois

February 23rd, 2013 by

A constant pursuit of excellence.

Quinlan School of Business: Loyola University Chicago - Chicago, Illinois

Key Differentiators

Quinlan School of Business, Loyola University Chicago, has earned a reputation as a traditional academic institution who has an educational mission to teach responsible leaders how to strengthen global business systems.  The business school aims to create successful leaders in private, government and non-profit sectors and continue to build an extensive alumni network.

Quinlan is in a constant pursuit of excellence with a commitment to service, values and responsible leadership within the community.  They believe that this method of thinking provides students with a stable source of education and presents challenges that will help them adapt to the evolving world of business.

At Quinlan, students learn through innovative teach techniques that will prepare them for personal and professional success.  The business school has a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach that delivers course materials through real-world team projects, global exploration and participation in clubs and organisations within the university.  The school also has a dedicated faculty and a strong alumni base that is active in helping students acquire internships and career opportunities.



The MBA Programme at Quinlan prepares successful leaders who share the core values of business ethics, value-based leadership and social responsibility.  The programme is aimed to give students a solid management foundation while integrating various business disciplines, developing critical thinking skills, exploring global business issues and developing responsible leaders.

The MBA programme is offered in a full-time or part-time format and is tailored in response to the rapidly changing global business environment.  Students take basic fundamental courses and can either choose three electives from the Graduate School of Business programmes or choose a concentration in one of these areas:

  • Accounting
  • Business Ethics
  • Derivative Markets
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Human Resources Management
  • Information Systems Management
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management
  • Risk Management

Students must also have taken a prerequisite course in Quantitative Methods.  Below is a list of the programme curriculum, provided by Quinlan School of Business.

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The Executive MBA Programme immerses participants in team projects with other executives to examine contemporary business issues in a collaborative, hands-on approach to executive education.  The programme is aimed to develop outcomes for participants in the short and long-run and provide them with new skills, innovative ideas and fresh business perspectives.

The programme is 18-months and offered on alternating weekends and classes occur during the day on Friday and Saturday.  An international business trip is included to enhance executives’ global understanding of businesses and the curriculum has a general management focus.  Students participant in a variety. of courses that will build leadership and collaboration abilities and projects that are results-focused to help hone skills for their career.  Courses are structured so that interaction with peers and professors is strongly emphasized.  Throughout the programme, students will study in the areas of:

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Business Ethics
  • Economics
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Information Systems and Operations Management
  • Legal Environment
  • Management
  • Marketing

Executive Education Programmes are offered for individuals and for companies and cover specific management issues that both may face in today’s economy.  The High-Impact Leadership Programme combines the best practices with theories of leadership, decision-making and willingness to challenge one’s ways of thinking and problem-solving.  The programme focuses on three key areas:

  • Understanding oneself
  • The mindset of a leader
  • Leading others


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General Information

Loyola University Chicago
1052 W Loyola Ave  Placed along W Loyola Ave. On the North edge of Lake Shore Campus,
Chicago, IL 60626
United States

t: +1 773-508-2530
w: www.luc.edu