Loyola University Chicago: Chicago, Illinois

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  • The Master of Laws (LLM) in Health Law program is designed for busy attorneys like yourself who wish to develop or enhance a special expertise in health law... more >

  • The Master of Laws (LLM) in Business Law is a post-JD master's degree program tailored for attorneys seeking to develop or sharpen a special expertise in transactional law and compliance. more >

  • The Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) in Rule of Law for Development (PROLAW) will provide you with the foundational knowledge and skills required to become a rule of law innovator and leader in your country and geographical region. more >

  • The Master of Laws (LLM) in Rule of Law for Development (PROLAW) is designed to prepare students to become rule of law advisors, particularly in countries that are developing, in economic transition, or recovering from violent conflict... more >

  • Whether you’re a recent graduate looking to jumpstart a communication career, a communicator who wants to build or advance their career on the global stage or a mid-career professional seeking expanded skills and digital fluency to move into... more >

  • Loyola University’s Master of Communication: Digital Media and Storytelling program is for makers. Makers of all forms of digital content who desire the tools to turn their ideas into compelling, marketable stories they can share with the world. more >

  • Loyola University Chicago’s Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing offers the BSN-DNP program that is designed to provide additional knowledge and skills so that nurses may further enhance the health and well being of the individuals and communities with... more >

  • Loyola University Chicago’s Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing offers the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program that is designed to provide additional knowledge and skills so that nurses may further enhance the health and well being of th... more >

  • Quinlan’s MBA in Healthcare Management develops professionals who are effective, responsible leaders who possess the knowledge, skill, and understanding to successfully manage and lead in any segment of this dynamic industry... more >

  • Quinlan’s EMBA program blends the value of face-to-face exchange with the convenience of online learning. more >

  • One-Year MBA program for students with a business undergraduate degree or program prerequisites. Full-time program... more >

  • Flexible MBA program for students with an undergraduate degree in any field. Part-time program... more >

  • The M.S. in Computer Science provides foundations of Computer Science, while acknowledging that Computer Science is key to algorithms in the sciences... more >

  • The Loyola University Chicago Higher Education program offers two paths for completion of a Master’s Degree – the Water Tower Campus Higher Education Program and the Lake County Higher Education Program... more >

  • The Master of Public Policy program is appropriate for students interested in federal, state, or local government issues... more >

  • The Master of Science in Information Technology is designed for current and aspiring professionals in charge of developing, implementing, operating, and managing information systems in a variety of organizations. more >

  • The M.S. in Software Engineering caters to students interested in software engineering and also other contemporary topics of long-term value to the industry. more >

  • Are you passionate about social justice and advocacy? The MSW/MASJ dual degree program blends coursework from the School of Social Work and Institute of Pastoral Studies to create future leaders for community organizations who will create lasting change. more >

  • Loyola University Chicago is one of a very few institutions offering a dual degree in Social Work and Women's Studies and Gender Studies... more >

  • Recognizing that social work and social justice often inform one another and overlap in terms of content and philosophy, Loyola's School of Social Work (SSW) and Institute of Pastoral Studies (IPS) offer the MSW/MA in Social Justice. more >

  • The MSW/MPH dual degree program provides a multidisciplinary education covering both a client-centered and a population-based health perspectives to train those who will work to address the health and social needs of vulnerable populations. more >

  • Offered jointly with the Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work, the Master of Jurisprudence (MJ)/Master of Social Work dual degree program enables you to focus on the human concerns in these legal interventions... more >

  • This program is for those who have an MSW degree from an accredited school of social work and who are seeking a Professional Educator License with an endorsement in School Social Work... more >

  • The Certificate in Women's Studies and Gender Studies is designed for people who want to develop some expertise or credentials in the field but don't want to commit to a M.A. program. more >

  • The PhD in Social Work program, established in 1986, extends the tradition of educating students skilled in clinical research, scholarship, and teaching with the Jesuit ideals of service to others and commitment to social justice as its foundation... more >

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