Social Sciences

Social Sciences

Loyola's social sciences division includes six departments that promote learning, service, scholarship, critical thinking, and the development of leadership skills.

The social sciences are a diverse group of disciplines that are an integral part of Loyola University Maryland’s comprehensive liberal arts education. Our faculty members represent a diverse group of skilled teachers and scholars who are actively engaged in research that advances their professions.

Tawakkol Karman speaking in front of a crowd

Loyola's Hanway Lecture brings noteworthy leaders to campus to share timely, relevant insight into today’s global society

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Students in the classroom

Students studying political science have the opportunity to participate in mock press conferences and debates

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Graduate students in the classroom

Graduate students in pastoral counseling learn to engage with spirituality, pastoral care, and the social sciences

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Students in the classroom

Students in Messina, Loyola’s first-year, living-learning program, learn to engage, discuss, and connect

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Loyola's Hanway Lecture brings noteworthy leaders to campus to share timely, relevant insight into today’s global society

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Programs in the Social Sciences

 

Interdisciplinary Programs

Global Studies

Honors Program

Other Interdisciplinary Programs