Loyola University Chicago: Chicago, Illinois

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  • Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy Certificate... more >

  • Representing and advocating for children, families, women and the elderly is enhanced with an understanding of the psychological and social dynamics that characterize these populations. more >

  • The School of Social Work has a long tradition of educating outstanding professionals for the direct practice of social work. more >

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

  • This program allows for an emphasis on the feminist perspective, combining psycho-social and political-historical... more >

  • The School of Social Work has a long tradition of educating outstanding professionals for the direct practice of social work. more >

  • As a Jesuit institution committed to promoting human rights, peace building, and social justice, Loyola's School of Social Work and Institute of Pastoral Studies are pleased to announce this new dual degree. more >

  • As a ASMHPP student you will learn to help School Based Mental Health Practitioners (SBMHP) further assist student clients. more >

  • The School of Law at Loyola offers the Master of Jurisprudence (M.J.) degree to professionals working in the field of child welfare who do not want to practice law but who seek a deeper understanding of the laws affecting children and families. more >

  • This program recognizes that an individual's beliefs, world views and values are key components in the healing and treatment process. more >

  • Loyola's MBA for Executives program puts your experience—and that of your peers—to work for you. more >

  • Loyola Students may choose to combine an M.B.A. with a Master of Science in Finance (M.S.F.) to provide the breadth and depth of knowledge often required of finance professionals. more >

  • The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) degree from Loyola aims to expand students' knowledge of advanced finance principles. more >

  • The Graduate Certificate in Business Ethics has been developed as a flexible course of study, focusing on ethical issues in business and the challenges of managing corporate ethics programs. more >

  • Loyola students may choose to combine an M.B.A. with a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications (M.S.I.M.C.) to provide the breadth and depth of knowledge often required of marketing professionals... more >

  • Loyola students who seek to combine in-depth mastery of the management of information systems and business may earn the dual-degree M.B.A./M.S.I.S.M. more >

  • Loyola students may choose to earn a unique credential: Master of Science in Human Resources (M.S.H.R) and an M.B.A. more >

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

  • Loyola students wishing to combine focused expertise in supply chain management with a breadth of business knowledge can... more >

  • An MBA with Human Resources Management concentration from Loyola University Chicago’s Graduate School of Business is a great... more >

  • The dual M.B.A./M.S.A. degree provides students with a depth of knowledge in financial and public accounting, and the breadth... more >

  • In the constantly changing regulatory environment for accounting professionals, it is imperative to have a solid foundation in accountancy coupled with responsible leadership. more >

  • Loyola's Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications (MSIMC) degree program provides a distinctive approach to... more >

  • Loyola University Chicago’s MBA healthcare management program is designed to develop students into highly effective, socially responsible leaders in their industry. 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 >