Loyola Curriculum and other Academic Resources
Diversity; Justice; Spirituality and Faith; and Engaged Learning
Understanding and promoting diversity is an embedded value of the Core and faculty administrators will continue to engage students in conversations about how best to make progress in this area. Recent events in our community, nation and world underscore the importance of diversity and why it has been a foremost value of Loyola's University Core for decades. Many courses in the Core were specifically designed to highlight this important value.
Learn more about diversity and the university’s core curriculum here.
In addition, core diversity courses are designated with a (D) in the course listings for each Knowledge Area so that they can be easily identified, for example: Theo 297: Introduction to Buddhism (D).