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Be a global change agent

International Business

The boardroom doesn’t end at the door.

There’s business all over the world, and every country is the business capital of something. What more relevant skill is there in a business-person than being able to know and manage any market you find yourself in when you step on the plane? We need experts with a global perspective who understand the way our cultures and economies mingle.

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business

At Loyola, you’ll take more than courses in finance, international economics, marketing, and management -- you’ll also study culture; history; political science; and Asian, European, and Latin American business practices. You’ll have foreign language study, internships, and opportunities to work and study abroad. The goal? To get you and your passport ready to take on the world.

Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business

Graduate Degree Programs

Master of Business Administration

You have ambition. Use it. Explore our MBA program's flexible schedules, and give yourself a competitive edge.

Master of Business Administration


The College of Business offers its minors to students of any major. In addition to the minor versions of several of its core programs, it offers minors in Entrepreneurship and Business Administration.

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See an overview of the program's curriculum and requirements.

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Portfolio Career Program

Our Portfolio Career Program gives you access to local business professionals, career and academic coaches, and upperclassmen who all work together to show you what your future can be like in business and to make sure you get there.