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Loyola University Chicago

School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Degree Completion

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General Program Outcomes

Graduates with a B.A. from SCPS will be able to communicate effectively in professional settings in writing, through oral presentation skills, and using information technology. They will be able to conduct research, applying critical thinking, inquiry, information literacy, and analysis skills. Graduates will develop lifelong learning skills, including the knowledge and application of career development that will enhance their professional effectiveness. They will demonstrate the ability to create and implement projects in their profession, work collaboratively in teams, and solve real-world problems affecting their work and career. They will be able to situate their learning and knowledge in global context and connect professionalism to civic engagement. Graduates will also understand how ethical reasoning and intercultural awareness enhances their professional effectiveness and personal growth. By completing these degree programs, students will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to chart their careers within the consistently evolving contexts of work and community. Moreover, our programs’ foundation in liberal education enables students to think about topics in fresh and meaningful ways, meet the challenge of the new and unfamiliar, and deepen their understanding of who they are in relation to the world at large.

Graduates of this program will develop capacity in:

All of our degrees are offered in an accelerated, evening format. Earn your bachelor's degree through one of the following programs:

Apply now or visit us for an Information Session at our downtown Water Tower campus to learn more about our adult learning programs.

Loyola

School of Continuing and Professional Studies · 820 North Michigan Avenue, Lewis Towers 401, Chicago, IL 60611 · 312.915.6501
scps@luc.edu

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