The marketing management specialty at Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management has been named No. 9 in the nation in Bloomberg Businessweek’s annual ranking of the best undergraduate business programs.
Loyola joins other acclaimed institutions in the marketing management top 10, including the University of Notre Dame, Cornell, and the University of Pennsylvania. With an overall rank of 45th out of 139 schools, Loyola also received high marks in ethics (#19), international business (#15), and business law (#13).
As part of its survey of participating schools, Bloomberg Businessweek asks senior business students to assign letter grades (A to F) to indicate how well their business programs teach 14 designated specialty areas. Scores are calculated in each specialty area based on the grades submitted. See a full list of all the schools and corresponding rankings.
More information about the marketing management program and the Sellinger School can be found on our website, www.loyola.edu/sellinger.
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