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Students rule the school at Loyola Marymount University. At this private Southern California institution, each MBA candidate can pursue an education that uniquely fits his or her lifestyle, professional commitments, and educational goals. Designed for individuals with at least two years of professional or internship experience, the LMU MBA program holds classes in the evenings. Students take core coursework in the first year, and choose electives and courses based on area of emphasis in their second year. The “versatile and flexible schedule” is designed with the busy student in mind. For their required global study component, students choose between two “shorter two-week international [programs], which are ideal for fully employed students who want to study abroad.” “Getting required courses is always easy,” and if students aren’t sure exactly how to shape their experience, Loyola will help. Throughout the program, “professors and advisers will work with students to craft a program that meets their needs without taking over their life.”Business students are keen to evaluate an organization’s efficiency, and most give high marks to Loyola’s operations. From class registration to scheduling, “the school’s administration is a well-oiled machine that keeps everything running very smoothly and efficiently.” “The new library is exceptional and helps facilitate on-campus studies and group work.” The school also employs a “business librarian, who can help us do research.” Unlike most commuter campuses, “parking on campus is a breeze, with free valet service during peak hours.” Loyola maintains a reputation as “one of the best schools in the Los Angeles area,” and it continues to improve its rank and services. Among other factors, “the competitiveness and caliber of student has also increased significantly in just the past few years, improving the overall value of the experience.”

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Dustin Cornwell
Sr. Director, Graduate Business Programs

1 LMU Drive
MS 8387
Los Angeles, CA 90045-2659
United States

(310) 258-8707

(310) 338-2899



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