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PROGRAMS AND SERVICES Programs and services offered by the College of Business will leave you AWAKENED, ENLIGHTENED, and TRANSFORMED. Business Portfolio Program—Creating Learning Portfolios for Success The Business Portfolio Program is a student-centered professional development program that helps students identify personal strengths and career interests. The series of eight required courses gives students the necessary career development skills and resources to successfully compete in the job market while also helping them to transition to the workplace. Starting in their first year, students focus on exploring various industries and possible career opportunities with business professionals through the program’s Executive Mentor Program. Throughout the four years, students will receive one-on-one individualized career counseling on resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and internships. Seniors are eligible to participate in the Portfolio Executive Network where they will be matched with a business professional in their particular area of interest who will coach them through their job search. Student-managed Investment Fund/Carlos Ayala Stock Trading Room With funds from the estate of Mr. Carlos Ayala ’57, the student-managed investment fund taught by Dr. Ron Christner now has $1 million in its securities portfolio. The investment class provides students with the opportunity to sharpen and apply their critical thinking skills to real-world investment experience. Also as a result of Mr. Ayala’s generous bequest, College of Business finance students will have access to a state-of-the-art stock trading room, currently under construction in Miller Hall. The new trading room will open fall 2012 and will include the Rathe Computer Lab, available to all College of Business students. Study Abroad The College of Business offers three outstanding study abroad programs: Europe and China in the summer, and South America in the winter. Each allows students to explore international business culture by engaging with business leaders in foreign markets. Many other study abroad opportunities are available through Loyola’s Center for International Studies. Center for Spiritual Capital The Center for Spiritual Capital is a research, education, and outreach organization that works with business scholars, policy experts, and leaders to connect academic learning and real-world experience. The center promotes the search for new ethical norms in economic relationships through exploration of issues of spiritual capital. MBA Program Loyola’s MBA program inspires leaders who employ the value-creation model of business through systems thinking, critical analysis, effective business practices, and responsible actions with a global perspective. The program emphasizes three key elements: business ethics, leadership, and entrepreneurship. The program allows for both full- and part-time enrollment.

WHY CHOOSE LOYOLA’S COLLEGE OF BUSINESS? DEGREE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Accountancy Bachelor of Business Administration Economics Finance International Business Management Marketing Master of Business Administration Master of Business Administration/Juris Doctorate Master of Business Administration/ Master of Pastoral Studies MINORS FOR BUSINESS MAJORS Accounting International Business Legal Studies Music Industry Studies MINORS FOR NON-BUSINESS MAJORS Business Administration Economics Marketing Pre-MBA

As a student in Loyola’s College of Business, you will receive an education that prepares you for a career in an ever-changing and always challenging business environment. Our faculty and staff will awaken your spirit to the possibilities of your life, enlighten you along the path to achieving your dreams and goals, and transform you into an effective and socially responsible business citizen. From your first semester in Loyola’s College of Business, you will actively engage with business faculty. You will explore and discover how business practitioners put course concepts into play in the real world by interacting with business professionals in our Portfolio Executive Mentor Program. And this is only just the beginning. We expect our students to engage in critical thinking that leads to ethical and responsible decisions about their academic careers and the community around them. As a graduate of Loyola’s College of Business, you will be prepared to pursue a career that reflects your interests and passion while adhering to the Jesuit values.

AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS • U.S.News and World Report’s list of “Best Business Programs” • The Princeton Review’s “Best 290 Business Schools” • U.S.News and World Report’s list of “Master’s Programs: Great Schools, Great Prices” • The College of Business is one of only 405 business schools worldwide accredited by AACSB International. • 21-year ranking in U.S.News and World Report’s “Top 10 Southern region schools”

A valuable part of the university experience is gained through participation in campus organizations. Such experiences can enhance leadership abilities, improve communication and networking skills, expose students to diverse cultures and people, and allow students to make new friends across campus. In addition to many campus-wide organizations at Loyola University, the College of Business houses several more related to business studies.


Undergrads: Jiad Alqotob, Accounting/Finance Oxford University Grad School Nicole Marcel, Accounting Ernst and Young Javier Portillo, Accounting/Economics Florida State University Grad School Anthony Sedlack, Accounting Ernst and Young Alex Wolf, Accounting Bourgeois Bennett, L.L.C. Kayla Butler, Economics Federal Reserve Bank Stephen Coburn, Economics Whitney Bank Joni Gremillion, Economics/Finance Capital One Arlene Imendia, Economics Goldman Sachs Dylan Kremer, Finance JP Morgan Jourdan McCullough, International Business Shell Cameron Cates, Management Advantage Sales and Marketing “PK” Kim, Management Tulane Hospital Alton Smith, Management GNO, Inc. Matthew Elliott, Management Mediterranean Shipping Allison Rousseve, Management Mediterranean Shipping Ryan Sullivan, Management Receivables Exchange Christine Alexis, Marketing Zehnder Communications Edie Burns, Marketing John Hopkins Grad School John McCann, Marketing E.R.O.S. MBAs: Ife Bancole, General Motors, IT and Project Manager Suzanne Sainato, Symetra Life Insurance, VP and Chief Compliance Officer Seth Sandor, General Electric’s Information Technology Leadership Development Program

Students in the College of Business work diligently on scholarly projects and community service activities that enhance their academic careers. • Jiad Alqotob ’12 (accounting) is attending the University of Oxford, London, England, pursuing a master of science degree in financial economics through the Said Business School. • John McCann ’12 (marketing) has launched a clothing line, E.R.O.S. (Everybody Rises Over Struggles) in the New Orleans market with plans to take the line national. • Suzanne Sainato, M.B.A. ’12, was named VP and chief compliance officer for Symetra Life Insurance at their corporate office in Bellevue, Washington. • Dennis Lauscha, M.B.A. ’93, was named president of the NFL New Orleans Saints and NBA New Orleans Hornets teams after 15 years with the Saints organization. Lauscha maintains a role in the management of New Orleans Fox affiliate, WVUE. • The Loyola Student Chapter of the American Marketing Association was awarded the Outstanding Membership Award at the 34th Annual AMA Collegiate Chapter Conference. Dr. Mike Pearson of the CoB was awarded the AMA Lifetime Achievement Award.

AACSB INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATION Loyola’s undergraduate and graduate programs in business have received the prestigious accreditation of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the International Association for Management Education (AACSB International). Accreditation requires meeting exacting standards on program quality, teaching excellence, continuous improvement, doctoral status of faculty, and recognized faculty research.

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 6363 St. Charles Avenue Campus Box 15 New Orleans, LA 70118 (504) 864-7945 phone (504) 864-7970 fax For more information about Loyola’s College of Business, please see our website at Connect with us.



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