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Undergraduate Studies Catalog

LIST OF CAMPUSES, MAJORS AND PROGRAMS

LAKE SHORE CAMPUS
(6525 N. Sheridan Road
Chicago, IL 60626)

Loyola’s main residential campus located on Chicago’s North Side, minutes from downtown Chicago and the Water Tower Campus, and set along the shore of Lake Michigan. Home to the College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate School, and Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing. The School of Education offers academic courses, programs and student advising. More than 2,100 students live in residence halls. The Lake Shore Campus also includes the main Chudahy Library, Madonna della Strada Chapel, Joseph J. Gentile Center and the Halas Sports Center.

College of Arts and Sciences

Anthropology (B.S.)

Biology (B.S.)

Chemistry (B.A., B.S.)
Biochemistry

Classical Civilization (B.A.)

Communication
Communication and Social Justice
Journalism
Organizational Communication/Business

Computer Science (B.S.,B.S/M.S.)

Criminal Justice (B.S., B.S./M.S.)

Economics (B.A.)

English (B.A.)
Creative Writing

Environmental Sciences (Chemistry) (B.S.)

Environmental Studies (B.A., B.S./M.B.A.)

Fine Arts (B.A.)
Art History
Studio Art
Visual Communication

French (B.A.)

German (B.A.)

Greek (Ancient) (B.A.)

History (B.A.)

International Studies (B.A.)

Italian (B.A.)

Latin (B.A.)

Mathematics ( B.S., B.S./M.S.)

Mathematics and Computer Science (B.S.)
Operations Research

Music (B.A.)

Pharmacy (dual-acceptance program with Midwestern University.)

Philosophy (B.A.)

Physics (B.S.)

Physics and Engineering (dual degree B.S.)
Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics (B.S.)

Political Science (B.A., B.A./M.A.)

Psychology (B.S.)
Applied Social Psychology

(B.S./M.A.)

Sociology (B.A.)

Sociology and Anthropology (B.A.)

Spanish (B.A.)

Statistical Science (B.A.)
Actuarial Science

Theatre (B.A.)

Theology (B.A.)

Undecided (B.A., B.S.)

Women’s Studies (B.A.) (Second major only)

Students seeking secondary certification (6-12) declare a major in one of the following major areas and a minor in education: Art, Biology, Chemistry, Communication, English, History, Latin, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Theatre.

Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing

Nursing (B.S.N.)

Food and Nutrition/Dietetics (B.S.)

Water Tower Campus
(820 Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611)

Loyola’s city campus is located along Pearson Street, just off North Michigan Avenue, Chicago’s "Magnificent Mile." Here undergraduate who plan to commute to college can complete one of many undergraduate degree programs, as well as take advantage of internships at many of Chicago’s business and cultural institutions. The Water Tower Campus is home to the Schools of Business Administration, Education, Law and Social Work, and selected programs of the College of Arts and Sciences.

School of Business Administration

Accounting (B.B.A., B.B.A./M.S.A.)

Economics (B.B.A.)

Finance (B.B.A.)

Human Resource Development (B.B.A.)

Information Systems Management (B.B.A., B.B.A./M.S.I.S.M.)

International Business (second major) (B.B.A.)

Marketing (B.B.A.)

Operations Management (B.B.A.)

Undecided (B.B.A.)

College of Arts & Sciences

Communication (B.A.)
Communication and Social Justice
Computer Science
Journalism
Organizational Communication/Business

Criminal Justice (B.S., B.S./M.A.)

Economics (B.A.)

English (B.A.)
Creative Writing

History (B.A.)

Political Science (B.A., B.A./M.A.)

Psychology (B.S.)
Applied Social Psychology (B.S./M.A.)

Social Work (B.S.)

Undecided (B.A., B.S.)

Students seeking secondary certification (6-12) declare a major in one of the following major areas and a minor in education: Communication, English, History, Political Science, Psychology.

School of Education

Elementary Education (B.S.Ed.)**

**Elementary Education majors take first-year courses at the Lake Shore Campus.

Students seeking secondary certification (6-12) declare a major in one of the following major areas and a minor in education: Art, Biology, Chemistry, Communication, English, History, Latin, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Theatre.

Student Life

  • More than 125 social, professional, academic and multicultural student organizations
  • Fifteen NCAA Division I sports for men (basketball, indoor/outdoor cross-country/track, golf, soccer, and volleyball) and women (basketball, indoor/outdoor cross-country/track, golf, soccer, and volleyball), plus club and intramural sports
  • Large fitness and recreational sports facilities
  • Full, year-long calendar of concerts, plays, performances, lectures, and social events
  • Multiple opportunities for volunteering
  • Open, supportive atmosphere for spiritual growth regardless of religious beliefs
Residence Life
  • Loyola provides comfortable, attractive housing in three traditional residence halls and nine apartment-style residences
  • Freshmen and sophomores are expected to live on campus, unless they live at home with a parent or guardian
  • A variety of dining plans offer delicious, wholesome meals
Tuition and Fees

Tuition (per year) $18, 814

Room and Board (per year) $7,400

Rome Center of Liberal Arts (per year, tuition, room and board) $26,874

Tuition – Part Time (per semester hour) $371

Visit Loyola

See for yourself what Loyola has to offer. To schedule your personal visit to meet faculty, tour the campus, visit a classroom, or even stay overnight on campus, call the Undergraduate Admission Office.

Important Numbers

Undergraduate Admission

Telephone
Lake Shore: 773 508-3075
Water Tower: 312 915-6500
Toll Free: 800 262-2373

Online
E-mail: admission@luc.edu
Home page: www.luc.edu

Other
Athletics: 773 508-2560
Financial Assistance: 773 508-3155
E-Mail: lufinaid@luc.edu
Honors Program: 773 508-2780
Residence Life: 773 508-3300

Loyola University Chicago is an equal opportunity educator and employer. This information is accurate as of September 14, 2001.

Learn in the Heart of the City

Earn your undergraduate degree at our convenient Water Tower Campus, just off Northern Michigan Avenue. Learn at Loyola and experience one of Chicago’s most dynamic areas–the Magnificent Mile–known worldwide for premier restaurants, shopping, museums and cultural events.

Home to the Schools of Business Administrations, Law, Social Work and Education (Starting Fall 2002), and selected programs of the College of Arts and Sciences, Loyola’s Water Tower Campus offers programs and internships that prepare you for a range of professional careers:

  • Join the New Frontiers program and take classes on site at Chicago’s many museums, theaters and world-class cultural institutions.
  • Explore careers in technology through degree and certificate programs in computer science, graphic design and information systems.
  • Study Web development through the Panta Rei Web Development Internship Center.
  • Participate in service-learning experiences through the Center for Urban Research and Learning.
  • Interact with business entrepreneurs through the Center for Information Management and Technology, and through programs sponsored by the nationally know n Family Business Center.
Academic Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration

Accounting

Economics

Finance

Human Resources Development

Information Systems

International Business (second major)

Marketing

Operations Management

Bachelor of Arts

Communication

Economics

English

History

Political Science

Bachelor of Science

Criminal Justice

Computer Science

Psychology

Social Work

Selected Minors or Certificates

Computer Science

Graphic Design

Information Systems

Organizational & Public Relations Communication

Psychology of Crime and Justice

Sociology

Urban Life & Politics

Internships & Work Experience
Located just blocks from campus are many of the nation’s key players in finance, business, media, health care, technology and other top fields. Our Career/Internship Center offers thousands of opportunities for job experience while you’re earning your degree, as well as a head-start on your future career.

Convenient & Flexible

  • Choose from a wide range of courses for a bachelor’s degree in a variety of majors–all available at our North Michigan Avenue Campus.
  • Commute easily by public transportation or car, or take Loyola’s free shuttle to campus from Metra’s Northwestern and Union train stations each morning and afternoon.
  • Take day classes on Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedules. Evening classes are available Monday through Thursday.
  • Use our free shuttle service to the Lake Shore and Mallinckrodt Campuses for libraries, athletic events, lectures, social activities and more.
  • Make Chicago your college town, whether you’re living at home or off-campus.
Campus Resources

Barnes & Noble Bookstore

Career/Internship Center

Dean’s Advisory Council

ESL (English as a Second Language) Program

High-Tech Center

International Affairs Office

Lewis Library

Mac Lab for Graphic Design

Professional Business Fraternities

Recreational Sports

Student Life

University Ministry

Wolf & Kettle Coffee Shop

Writing Center

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