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Accounting Major

The accounting program at Loyola provides a values-centered business education, preparing graduates to be technically proficient, well-developed communicators, with the skills and experience necessary to be a turnkey package for any employer.

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Academic Programs

Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Speech-Language-Hearing Science students enjoy a flexible profession and benefit from Loyola's Jesuit tradition, which they apply to their work with families.

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The Loyola Difference

Loyola Ready

Jesuit education acquired at Loyola University Maryland best prepares students for academic achievement, the new world of work, and a balanced, flourishing, and purposeful life. Loyola Greyhounds aren't just ready, they're LOYOLA READY.

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Your first year


Learn about Loyola's distinctive living learning program for first-year students.

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Academic Programs

Communication major

Communication majors learn how to adapt to new technologies, gain critical firsthand experience working with clients, and can specialize in advertising/public relations, digital media, journalism, or media and society.

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Forensic Studies major

Demand for professionals with forensic training has never been greater, and Loyola’s Forensic Studies program is unique in that it encompasses 16 departments of academic focus—the most of any program in the country.

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Academic Programs

Engineering major

Loyola's Engineering program provides broad-based instruction in engineering fundamentals, and students specialize in one of four concentration areas: computer engineering, electrical engineering, materials engineering, or mechanical engineering.

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Finance major

Finance is one of the most popular undergraduate concentrations in the Sellinger School of Business, and students benefit from expert faculty and access to technology such as the Sellinger Experiential Learning Lab.

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Academic Programs

Data Science major

Sitting at the nexus of computer science, statistics, and business, Loyola boasts the first undergraduate Data Science program in the state of Maryland. Our students identify opportunities for organizations by unearthing solutions to business challenges.

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Marketing major

Loyola's marketing major within the Sellinger School of Business teaches students core marketing principles, personal selling and sales management, consumer behavior, advertising, marketing strategy, and international marketing.

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1461 Days at Loyola

Journey through the 1461 days of a typical Loyola student and see how their experiences lead them to be Loyola Ready

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Discover Charm City

Nicknamed “Charm City”—and for good reason—Baltimore offers culture, sports, food, music, and more, providing an amazing backdrop for the college experience.

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Your First Year

Faculty Share Advice for New Students

Experts. Scholars. Gurus. Guides. Loyola faculty are much more than exceptional teachers. Hear their words of wisdom for a successful first year.

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Discover Loyola

Hounds in the Hot Seat

We put our students on the spot to ask them the not-so-tough question "Why Loyola?"

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Effecting change, one story at a time

Margaret Wroblewski, ’17, honed her passion for photography while at Loyola. Today she is working to stop assault through the power of storytelling.

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People matter. So do people skills.

As a biopsychology major, Chandler Zolliecoffer, ’15, conducted research that has led her to pursue her Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

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“I felt more prepared than anyone else.”

TJ Kelly, ’13, credits his Loyola education to his success in his career in media strategy.

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From Evergreen to the NFL

As a student, Jay O’Brien, ’05, interned for the Baltimore Ravens. Today he’s the team’s VP of Broadcasting and Gameday Productions.

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Career Services

Loyola Connect

Discover Loyola’s online platform where students and alumni network, connect, and receive and provide guidance and mentorship

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Discover Loyola

Why Loyola?

Students take to campus to find out why 4,000 undergrads are proud to be Greyhounds.

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Jesuit Liberal Arts Education

Academics at Loyola

A Loyola University Maryland education expands the mind, inspires the spirit, and prepares students for whatever the future holds.

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Life at Loyola

The Loyola Experience

The Loyola college experience is as much social, physical, and spiritual as it is intellectual.

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Spirit and Traditions

Strong Truths Well Lived

Learn why Strong Truths Well Lived is much more than our University's motto.

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Life at Loyola

Student Life

If Loyola students have one thing in common, it’s that they live life to the fullest.