Loyola University Chicago

Interdisciplinary Honors Program

Course Catalogs by Semester




Fall 2024 Honors Course Catalogue

Spring 2024 Honors Course Catalogue

Fall 2023 Honors Course Catalogue

Spring 2023 Honors Course Catalogue

Fall 2022 Honors Course Catalogue

Spring 2022 Honors Course Catalogue


Student Timetable Worksheet and Equivalency Chart

Student Timetable Worksheet

Core and Honors Equivalency Table

External Opportunities

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Newberry Library Undergraduate Seminar: The Newberry Library Undergraduate Seminar (NLUS) offers Chicago-area undergraduates a semester-long humanities seminar each year from January to May. The seminar carries the credit of two courses and involves common reading assignments, research in the Newberry’s core collections, and a major research paper. Seminars are team-taught and topics vary from year to year. Each class is limited to twenty participants, who are assigned individual study areas and are encouraged to work closely with Newberry staff.

Honors students who receive a grade of B or higher in the Newberry seminar have one program requirement (i.e., one course or 3 credits) waived. For example, the Program Director would waive the "US Experience" requirement if you completed the 2023 Newberry seminar on "Inventing Mexico: Maps, Manuscripts, and Materiality, 1521-1921". Students wishing to the satisfy an honors requirement by taking the Newberry seminar should contact the Honors Program Director, Prof. Strain (vstrain@luc.edu). To apply to the seminar, contact Loyola's Newberry representative, Prof. Shermer (eshermer@luc.edu).