Part-Time MBA Program

Program Overview

  • Cost per credit: $995
  • Credits: 39
  • Delivery: In-person, hybrid, and online formats
  • Locations: Columbia, Timonium, select courses in downtown Baltimore
  • Class times: Weekday evenings, 6:30 – 9 p.m.
  • Average class sizes: 19

Please Note

GMAT/GRE test requirements are now waived through the Fall 2021 start term for all part-time MBA applicants. Loyola will accept electronic official transcripts from your college/university or PDF copies of your unofficial transcripts that you send yourself. These may be sent electronically to

The Loyola MBA Experience

Loyola part-time MBA received 2020 Princeton Review Best Business School

Loyola’s University Maryland’s Professional’s MBA is a part-time, self-paced program for working professionals from all academic and industry backgrounds. The Loyola MBA is tailored to meet the needs of our students. Our curriculum is designed for students to earn their degree in 39 credits (13 courses) – allowing for faster time to completion and return on investment. Students manage their program at their own pace and typically complete their degree in 2–3 years.

Loyola offers convenient course locations in Columbia, Timonium, as well as select courses in downtown Baltimore.  

Part-Time MBA Format Options:


Students take a blend of courses – in-person, hybrid, and online. Our dedicated program advisors work with each student to design an individualized plan – keeping specialization, pace, and preferred location in mind.


Beginning fall 2020, the Loyola MBA will be offered as a fully online MBA program. Courses are designed and facilitated by Loyola faculty in accelerated 8-week sessions. Our approach to online learning is highlighted by small class size and a personalized student experience. 

Both formats offer resources in career services, mentoring, networking, and study tour opportunities to help leverage the Loyola MBA experience and immerse yourself in the Loyola community. 

MBA Specializations

The Loyola MBA encourages students to customize the curriculum by aligning their course choices with personal interests and career goals. All specialization are available to students in the online program. We currently offer several specializations in a variety of top industry focus areas:

Admission and Scholarship Application Process

GMAT/GRE now waived for Summer 2020, Fall 2020, and Spring 2021 start terms for all part-time MBA applicants. The Loyola MBA is designed with the working professional in mind with rolling admission and start terms in the fall, spring, or summer. Students are required to have at least 1 to 2 years of working experience. In addition, up to two course waiver exams (3 credits each) can be taken by admitted students. Waiver exams are offered in finance, statistics, and economics.

Applicants with a strong academic and/or professional background should apply early for merit-based scholarship consideration! Learn more about the admission process and merit-based scholarships.

The Sellinger Difference

Loyola University Maryland takes a values-centered approach to business education that emphasizes reflection, discernment, and ethical commitment. Explore new ways of thinking and emerge as a confident, competent leader prepared for leadership roles in your current organization—and wherever your career takes you. Our personalized approach to student success means that faculty and staff meet with students to tailor the MBA and customize their path in order to meet their professional interests and goals. Loyola MBA graduates emerge from the program as knowledgeable, skilled, ethical, and adaptable professionals.

The Loyola Network

Expand your network of power connections from day one as you learn alongside the region’s most driven, diverse, and committed professionals. Graduating from Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business places you among a vast and influential alumni network connecting you to thousands of fellow graduates at companies and organizations in Baltimore and around the world. As a part of the Sellinger alumni community, you’ll have access to valuable benefits such as networking, continued education, and career services.

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Loyola’s rigorous curriculum and focus on real-world business problems demanded new avenues of thought, enhanced my natural inclinations, and transformed me into an adaptable leader.

—Awais Akbar ’08

I come from a technical background, and I have the management experience, but the Loyola MBA provided a way to blend the two.

—Martin Feinkeng ’07

All the classes I took, all the professors I learned from and all the fellow colleagues I worked with enriched my education and left me with a piece of knowledge I didn’t have before.

—Mike Barberio ’10

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