Experiential Learning and Study Tours

Loyola University Maryland and the Sellinger School of Business believe in the power of experiential learning as a way of deepening the classroom experience. This commitment extends into our Professional’s MBA program curriculum and translates to real-world application in a diverse and changing business environment. Experiential electives consist of a domestic study tour, and international study tour, and the Sellinger Applied Portfolio Fund course. 

Domestic and International Study Tours:

Learn more about our study tour options:

The Sellinger Applied Portfolio Management

This elective provides students with actual portfolio management experience. Students serve as portfolio and investment managers charged with managing the Sellinger Applied Portfolio Fund in a manner consistent with the core goals and philosophy of the Loyola University Maryland Endowment. Students make use of financial data platforms, the Internet, and other sources of information to create, manage, and monitor this portfolio.

For more information about experiential electives, please contact the Office of Graduate Business Programs at mba@loyola.edu.

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