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  • The business and nursing dual-degree program (M.B.A./M.S.N.) requires a minimum of 76 semester hours of study. more >

  • The M.Ed. in Middle School Mathematics Education program prepares certified teachers to become qualified and compete... more >

  • Loyola University Chicago's School of Education serves more than 1,000 graduate students enrolled in master's, educational specialist, certificate, and doctoral programs. more >

  • The Intercontinental MBA at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business is an intensive, one-year, full-time MBA... more >

  • Loyola University Chicago's School of Education offers Administration and Supervision programs at the master's and doctoral deg... more >

  • The MBA with Information Systems Concentration can help advance your career in the arena of information technology. more >

  • The Master of Arts (M.A.) in Criminal Justice degree aims to create highly motivated, well-educated and thoroughly trained... more >

  • Today's dynamic global business economy is characterized by the need for continuous change, integrated approaches to problem-solving and values-based decision-making. Loyola University Chicago's M.B.A. degree program, offered by the Graduate School of Business, prepares successful leaders whose core values include business ethics and social responsibility. more >

  • In a growing global economy, the career paths of business and law professionals have become increasingly convergent. A dual-degree program provides training that gives students the knowledge, skills and background they need to function in both law and business sectors. more >

  • Loyola's graduate program in Research Methodology is the only program of its kind in the Chicago area. It offers the MA, MEd... more >

  • Loyola's School Counseling program is dedicated to the pursuit of advocacy and social justice in the school counseling professio... more >

  • The M.S.I.S.M. degree program prepares students for technology management and leadership positions in business and nonprofit... more >

  • Graduate courses in Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Loyola University Chicago are designed... more >

  • The Master of Divinity (M.Div.), is a comprehensive degree designed to meet the educational needs of persons called to... more >

  • The Ed.D. degree in Curriculum and Instruction is designed for certified teachers seeking to become learning specialists in a selected area of the field of education, to advance within their career and to meet recertification requirements. more >

  • The M.A. in Pastoral Studies is intended to provide the setting for general study in the areas of pastoral theology, the... more >

  • The Graduate School of Business and the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics at the Loyola Medical Center... more >

  • The Department of English offers M.A. and Ph.D. programs in literature and culture across three broad historical areas, with a special emphasis in textual studies. more >

  • Loyola University Chicago’s Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing is pleased to announce its new program for Doctor of Nursing... more >

  • The program strives to provide a balance of training and experience in research, clinical work, and teaching. more >

  • The Niehoff School of Nursing offers a unique opportunity to complete a master’s degree in dietetics as alternative to or... more >

  • This program is for those post master's social workers and other health professionals. more >

  • The upper-division courses are designed to educate the chemistry major for graduate studies or industrial work. more >

  • A master’s degree in Human Resources from Loyola University Chicago sets you apart in a competitive job market. more >