The Graduate School offers numerous master's, doctoral, and certificate programs across multiple disciplines in the humanities, natural and biomedical sciences, social sciences, and the professions. Loyola offers full- and part-time programs and evening classes to accommodate the needs of working professionals. Our students benefit from close interaction with renowned Loyola faculty, who are committed to teaching, mentoring, and engaging in research.
Loyola's Graduate School of Business is nationally recognized for providing a quality education. BusinessWeek ranks our part-time MBA program No. 16 in the entire country. We focus on preparing students to be responsible leaders in a global business environment, giving them hands-on experience working with some of Chicago's top corporations. Become part of the Loyola tradition of excellence and learn more about our graduate programs today.
The Loyola University Health Systems feature 11 distinctive academic programs in the biomedical sciences. Students may elect to study bioethics and health policy, clinical research methods, molecular biology, neuroscience, and more. All courses are held at our Medical Center Campus in Maywood, Illinois.
Loyola's School of Continuing and Professional Studies offers numerous certificate programs from which to choose. Completing a certificate program is a great way to prepare for a career change, sharpen your skills for graduate school, or explore a particular area of study. Loyola offers certificate programs in graphic design, emergency medical services, paralegal studies, statistics, women’s leadership, and more.
As Loyola's home for adult students, the School of Continuing and Professional Studies offers evening and weekend programs in management, paralegal studies, and allied health care at campuses in downtown Chicago and in suburban Maywood, IL. You'll receive the knowledge, skills, and credentials you need to get ahead in today's competitive job market. Learn how you can complete your degree at Loyola.
Loyola offers courses through Continuum, our non-credit continuing education program for adults. These classes and seminars are designed for working professionals interested in exploring new and interesting subjects. Courses feature a variety of topics in the humanities, arts, and sciences.
Loyola's School of Education offers part- and full-time graduate programs ideal for those looking to take on greater leadership roles in our schools and to advance their career. Loyola's strong connections and partnerships with schools and communities throughout the Chicago area give students a high-quality education featuring hands-on learning experiences.
The Loyola University Chicago School of Law is renowned for providing students with an outstanding legal education. By participating in our innovative, broad-based, interdisciplinary curriculum, students may earn a Master in Jurisprudence and acquire the knowledge and skills needed to launch successful careers.
Fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, Loyola's Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing offers a wide range of degree and certificate programs. We give nursing professionals the knowledge and skills they need to become leaders in their field.
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Loyola's Institute for Paralegal Studies introduces students to the study of law and the legal profession. Students choose from three concentrations in civil litigation, corporations, and real estate to acquire skills specific to different areas of the law. Upon completion of Loyola's certificate program, students are well-prepared to begin successful careers as paralegals. Please note that students must have a bachelor's degree in order to enroll in this certificate program.
Loyola's Institute of Pastoral Studies offers unique graduate programs that can augment your current vocation or prepare you for a new career in social advocacy, health care ministry, retreat leadership, ministerial leadership, pastoral counseling, or religious education. Several of our degree programs may be completed entirely online.
Loyola's School of Social Work educates students to become leaders in the field. We offer multiple graduate degree programs that are distinctive due to their focus on both clinical and leadership skills. Through the integration of direct practice theory, knowledge, and values, we provide our students with the foundation they need to build successful careers in social work — and to make positive impacts in people's lives.
Now is the time to obtain your degree! Loyola's School of Continuing and Professional Studies offers a BS in Exercise Physiology. Students develop the knowledge and skills needed to work as part of a medical team evaluating, treating, and caring for individuals in need of physical rehabilitation. Courses are offered at Loyola's medical campus in suburban Maywood, IL. Learn how you can complete your degree at Loyola.
Urban diversity isn't a trend, it's a reality. To address the new challenges our city faces, we need new voices and innovative ideas. Loyola uses Chicago as a laboratory to learn about urban affairs and public policy. Whether you're considering a career in the not-for-profit, government, or private sectors, an advanced degree will give you the tools to make a positive impact in today's society. Become a part of the conversation at Loyola and be a part of shaping the city's future.
Loyola's Graduate School of Business is nationally recognized for providing a quality education. BusinessWeek ranks our part-time MBA program No. 6 in the Midwest and No. 16 in the entire country. We also offer a MBA in Health Care Management that applies business principles to a health care setting. Designed for working professionals, this program is based out of suburban Maywood and helps prepare students for leadership positions in the health care industry. Become part of the Loyola tradition of excellence and learn more about the MBA in Health Care Management today.
Now is the time to take your career to the next level by continuing your education at Loyola. We offer numerous graduate, professional, and continuing studies programs for people looking to set themselves apart in the competitive job market. Make your resume stand out and learn more about Loyola today.
Loyola's MA in Medical Sciences prepares students for successful entry into medical school programs. The program focuses on developing skills and credentials in the biological sciences. Applicants must have completed all medical school prerequisite courses and must submit official MCAT scores to be considered for admission. Learn more about how Loyola can help you lay the groundwork for a career in medicine.
Make a difference in your area with a MA in Social Justice and Community Development from Loyola. Lead the change in your community with hands-on courses for the real world.
The health care industry is in a constant state of change. New legislation, policies, reform plans, and technical innovations are being released every day. Loyola's School of Law will help you understand the complexities of health law so you can become a leader in your field. Classes are offered downtown Chicago and online.
As Loyola's home for adult students, the School of Continuing and Professional Studies offers evening and weekend programs in allied health care, as well as managerial arts and leadership and paralegal studies. Powered by the vast resources of the Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL, Loyola's programs offer you exceptional training in clinical laboratory science, health care emergency management, and exercise physiology.
When an opportunity for advancement to senior management appears, will you have the knowledge and credentials necessary for serious consideration? Earning a Loyola MBA for Executives can help you become a prime candidate for senior management. Attend either our downtown Chicago Water Tower Campus or our Carthage Campus in Kenosha, Wisconsin.