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President’s Open House College of Business William Locander, Dean Lyse Herrera, Director of Student Services Kathy Barnett, Director of Portfolio Program
College of Business
Mission Statement The mission of the College of Business is to: Provide superior value-laden education that motivates and enables students to become effective and socially responsible business leaders.
Vision Statement Our vision is to create a learning place that: Awakens, Enlightens, and Transforms through… Personal reflection, ethical decision making, critical thinking, and mastery of innovative business practice.
Accredited Programs All business programs are accredited by AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business We’re one of only 637 accredited business schools worldwide!
Awarded Excellence Cited by Princeton Review as: • One of the nation’s 290 “Best Business Programs” • #7 best in the nation in providing opportunities for minority students
Degree Programs B. Acc. Degree Program B. B. A. Degree Program • Advanced accounting knowledge, skill & ability • Major in Economics, Finance, International Business, Marketing, or Management • Includes most courses needed for the CPA Exam
Other Programs For Business Majors For Other Loyola Majors • Double major option • Minor in Bus. Admin. • Minor in Accounting • Minor in Intl. Business • Minor in Economics • Minor in Legal Studies • Minor in Marketing Take advantage of Loyola’s many interdisciplinary minors, too!
Graduate Programs M. B. A. Degree Program Dual Degree Programs • Full-time or part-time • M. B. A. / J. D. [Law] • M. B. A. / M. P. S. [Pastoral Studies]
College Enrollment Business enrollment for 2012: • Undergraduate = 612 students • Grad programs = 69 M. B. A. students • Tot. enrollment = 683 business students
Student Majors Accounting Gen. Business 79 102 Economics 43 Marketing 105 Finance 51 Intl. Business 90 Management 95
Employment Success Recent graduates have found jobs at: • Acct major, Ernst & Young, Auditor • Intl Business major, IBM, Inside Sales • Econ/Fin major, Coca-Cola, Bus Analyst • Mkt/Fin major, JP Morgan, Fin Analyst
Grad School Success Graduates have moved on to graduate school at: • Harvard Business School • Harvard Law School • Sloan School, MIT • UCLA Law School • Wharton School, UPenn • University of Chicago • Georgetown Law School • Notre Dame Many of our undergrads choose to pursue an M. B. A. from Loyola, too!
Faculty Quality • 30 full-time Business faculty • 87% have doctoral degrees • Outstanding teachers • Caring advisors / mentors
Learning Quality • Superior learning environment • Small class sizes / student-teacher ratio • State of the art technology / computer labs • Students assigned faculty advisor in major
Special Initiatives • Portfolio Program throughout all 4 years • Executive Mentoring Program for Freshmen • Internship requirement for upper class students • International experience for all Intl Bus majors
Special Initiatives • Student publication program • Business. Week readership program • Student organizations / honor societies • Exchange programs / study abroad
Portfolio Program The Portfolio Program is designed to help you: • Discover your passion • Discover your strengths • Discover your career path
Portfolio Program The Portfolio Program consists of: • 4 year series of required pass/fail classes • Workshops, guest lectures, and mentoring • Career skills, networking, and professionalism
Executive Mentoring Each business freshman is assigned a mentor to: • Provide connection with successful business people • Raise awareness of jobs available to business majors
Executive Mentoring Each mentoring group is: • Embedded into freshman Portfolio Program courses and meets 4 times per semester • Made up of 4 -6 students per Executive Mentor or group
Internship Program Every business student completes an internship to: • Provide real-world experience • Expand their professional network • Practice the job search process
Internship Sites Recent student internships have been completed at: • JP Morgan, New York • Merrill Lynch • Goldman Sachs, New York • Audubon Nature Inst. • Coca-Cola Corporate • U. S. Army Corp of Eng. • N. O. Saints & N. O. Hornets • World Trade Center
Student Publications The purpose of student publication is to: • Promote student research, writing, and publication in scholarly and applied journals • Improve writing / research skills of students • Provide opportunities for students to work with faculty on projects of joint interest
Student Publications Successes of student publication include: • 36 articles published in the last 10 years • 18 student authors working with 13 faculty • Articles in high-level, peer-reviewed journals
Student Organizations Professional clubs include: • AIESEC [Intl. / Internships] • Economics Club • Alpha Kappa Psi [Gen Bus] • Global Business Association (GBA) • American Marketing Association (AMA) • Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) • Delta Sigma Pi [Gen Bus]
Student Organizations Honors societies include: • Beta Alpha Psi [Acct/Fin] • Beta Gamma Sigma [Business] • Omicron Delta Epsilon [Economics]
Study Abroad In addition to Loyola’s opportunities, the College offers programs in: • China [Intl Bus Practices, Acct, Econ] • Latin America [Intl Management] • Eastern Europe [Econ, Intl Law]
Study Abroad Recent study abroad trips include: • Budapest, Prague, and Vienna studying Intl Economics and Law • Beijing, Xi’an, and Shanghai studying Intl Management
College of Business