Details at a Glance
Loyola seeks to prepare students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels for lives of meaningful professional service and leadership. The Master of Theological Studies is a rigorous and rewarding 48-credit program that may be used as preparation for a doctoral program or to pursue such fields as library science, social work, law, or publishing. The 25-credit Certificate in Theology and Ministry may be pursued by those seeking ministerial vocations such as ordained ministry or chaplaincy.
This 33-credit Master of Arts degree is designed to help students understand the broader field of education, critically analyze it, and consider it as an instrument of positive change by studying social, cultural, philosophical, and historical issues in and about education within a rapidly changing global society.
Clubs & Associations
The University has a Graduate Student organization (GSO) with the goal of connecting graduate students and offering events for students to meet and interact with other graduate students. Students also have the option to volunteer with a number of organizations on the Loyola University campus.