In the March 10 issue of BusinessWeek, The Sellinger School of Business and Management of Loyola College in Maryland, Baltimore, was listed as one of the top 50 undergraduate business schools in the nation at number 45. This is the magazine’s third annual “Best Undergrad B-Schools” survey for which more than 125 schools were eligible for inclusion.
Not on the list last year, Loyola was the only school to jump from outside the top 100 and into the top 50, making them the number two comprehensive Catholic university business school in the world.
As a point of context, some 550-plus schools have undergraduate AACSB accreditation.
“The Sellinger School and its faculty are committed to providing a business education grounded in the Jesuit liberal arts tradition,” said Lee Dahringer, dean of The Sellinger School, “that prepares Loyola’s students to become effective leaders in our rapidly changing world.”
BusinessWeek uses nine distinct measures to evaluate undergraduate business programs, including surveys of more than 80,000 students majoring in business and more than 600 corporate recruiters.