Loyola University Chicago
Graduate School of Business
Obtaining an MBA with a concentration in economics from Loyola’s Graduate School of Business will expand your job options in the finance and business industries, public sector, and trading. We offer a hands-on approach with a global perspective on current economic and business issues.
Loyola’s MBA Economics Concentration typically includes fundamental core courses in ethics, international business, and leadership, plus concentrated courses in:
• Business Fluctuations
• International Business Economics
• Advanced Business Economics
• Health Care Economics
• Game Theory and Strategy
• Economics of Emerging Markets and the Multinational Firm
• Derivative Securities
• Topics in Advanced Derivatives
• Mathematics for Finance and Economics
• Applied Econometrics
MBA with a Concentration in Economics Career Opportunities
Economics and finance are crucial to all types of businesses. Your MBA with a concentration in economics from Loyola University’s Graduate School of Business opens the doors to leadership positions in finance, banking, insurance, retail, manufacturing, etc.
The renowned faculty at Loyola apply their depth of theoretical knowledge and breadth of practical experience to deliver the economics course curriculum. As a graduate, you will develop and sharpen the managerial and leadershipskills critical to helping you get ahead in a highly competitive market.
Chicago is one of the main centers of economics and commerce. Many of our alumni have made a name for themselves in locally, nationally, and internationally.
Prepare for an exciting career as:
• Financial market analyst
• Finance advisor
• Financial officer
• Finance law consultant
• Capital management consultant
Facts & Figures
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 10,000-19,999