Loyola's Sellinger School of Business and Management appears among The Princeton Review's "Best 301 Business Schools" for 2010. Inclusion in the book is based on surveys completed by graduate business students at AACSB-accredited schools.
Survey respondents noted that the Sellinger School offers a strong foundation for "doing business in a global economy," a result in keeping with the School's mission and strategy.
"Truly effective leaders need to develop a global perspective on the issues affecting today's business world, which is why we continue to require international courses and provide our students with a wide range of global study experiences," said Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., dean of the Sellinger School of Business and Management. "We're pleased to be recognized again by our again for our approach to preparing them for the global business environment they must navigate."
In addition to the global components of its graduate programs, which include an international business concentration and a required international elective for all students, Loyola's Sellinger School also considers international experience and expertise to be a crucial element of its undergraduate curriculum. International study is one of the three components of Sellinger's undergraduate experiential learning requirement, and the Sellinger School collaborates with Loyola's school of arts and sciences on an interdisciplinary global studies major that offers a framework for analyzing issues and processes that transcend national and international boundaries.
The Princeton Review does not rank the business schools in the book on a single hierarchical list, or name one business school best overall. Profiles of featured schools are listed on the Web site.
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