The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Graduate program at Loyola University New Orleans has been named a top program by media company U.S. News and World Report. Loyola falls in the top 20 rankings along with other schools including Harvard and Stanford.
“I’m very proud of the faculty and staff who have worked diligently to create a program that genuinely challenges students and exposes them to entrepreneurship and innovation across many different domains,” says Felipe G. Massa, Ph.D., faculty director of the Loyola New Orleans Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Development.
The programs recognized are run both by the Office of Graduate Programs of the College of Business and the Loyola Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Development.
U.S. News and World Report compiles its rankings by measuring peer assessments from deans, success of recent graduates, employment rates for recent graduates, and more.
“Loyola’s MBA students truly benefit from the New Orleans entrepreneurial scene as they are able to apply the concepts learned in our classrooms immediately in the field while enrolled in our program,” shared Christina Morales, director of the MBA program at Loyola University New Orleans.