College of Arts & Sciences (Postgrad)

Intakes

Aug

Deadlines

May
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Faculty Facts

Annual tuition fees

$7,650

Duration

2 Years

Intakes

Aug

Study language

English

Delivery mode

On-Campus

Degree type

Master

List of Programs

  1. Criminology & Justice (MCJ)*
  2. Teacher Education (MAT)

*$20,450

Requirements

Academic Requirements

  • College transcript is required
  • A third-party evaluation of academic records (transcripts) is required for all applicants who attended or completed their bachelor
  • GMAT or GRE

Additional requirements

  • Passport is required
  • Please provide 2 reference(s)
  • Upload pdfs of recommendation letters.
  • Financial Statement
  • Resume is required

English Tests Requirements

TOEFL-IBT

79

IELTS

7

About Faculty

Whether you want to study Shakespeare and Homer or Tesla and Galileo, the College of Arts and Sciences offers a variety of academic programs to suit any passion and any skillset. We are home to writers, scientists, historians, philosophers, doctors, psychologists, biologists, chemists, mathematicians, physicists, crime-fighters, and social justice seekers. Whichever craft you choose, you won’t study it in isolation – your neighbors will inform your worldview and give you the tools you need to make your mark on a constantly changing world.

Top Reasons to Study in Loyola University New Orleans

  • Make Your Mind Make a Difference: A Loyola degree will give you an edge when you begin your career. But it’s the passion for learning you’ll explore here that will carry you forward for years to come.
  • Giving You the Tools to Change the World: At Loyola University New Orleans, our Jesuit education focuses on the whole person—mind, body, and spirit—to look for deeper meaning in everything we do.
  • Entire experience: Whole person. However you decide to be you, you’ll have the holistic support of Loyola faculty, staff, Jesuit community and fellow students.

Ranking & Accreditation of Loyola University New Orleans

  • #196 for Best National University , U.S. News & World Report ‘Best Colleges’
  • #7 Lots of Race/Class Interaction, The Princeton Review’s ‘Best Colleges’

Student Accommodation at Loyola University New Orleans

Living on campus in one of five residence halls gives you opportunities to meet new people and make friends, go to campus events, join student organizations, and participate in leadership experiences.

Currently, first-year and sophomore students living on campus must have a weekly meal plan. Upper-class students (Junior standing and above) living on campus must carry at least a $500 Wolf Bucks Only plan and may choose any higher plan at their option. Commuter students have the option to choose from any meal plan or Wolf Buck increments.

Deadline:

May
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