Loyola University Chicago: Chicago, Illinois

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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... 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 an... 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. The Ed.D degr... 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. A balanced education in literature, theory, and cultural studies. You do not have to c... 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. Loyola programs are unique because of the close contact between students and faculty, due to smaller class sizes in advanced classes. Chemist... more >

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

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