Quinlan's undergraduate business program jumped 3 spots this year to No. 77 in the nation from No. 80 in 2016, in the latest round of U.S. News & World Report rankings.
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While Loyola University Chicago's Quinlan School of Business
has earned a superior reputation as an academic institution in the
traditional sense, our true distinctiveness is our commitment to
educating responsible leaders who can strengthen our global business
Loyola students are successful leaders in the private, government, and nonprofit sectors. Together, they form an extensive network of accomplished alumni. As successful leaders in a variety of industries, our students put theory into practice every day in Chicago and abroad.
Three focus areas define the Quinlan School of Business, all centered around the belief that you can do well and do good.
1. Social Enterprise and Responsibility: applying business methods to nonprofits and nonprofit passions to business; assessing corporate social responsibility programs
2. Emerging Markets: fostering collaboration among and strengthening the interdependence of advanced and emerging economies
3. Supply Chain Management: producing and distributing goods efficiently, effectively, and ethically