Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

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For those interested in becoming a teacher and seeking their teacher certification.

Learn more about our Master of Arts in Teaching

Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice

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For teachers who want to study and understand the improvement and reform efforts in K-12 education.

Learn more about Curriculum and Instruction

Teaching English Language Learners (TELL)

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For teachers and school professionals developing skills and expertise in bilingual teaching.

Learn more about Teaching English Language Learners

Educational Leadership

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For experienced teachers interested in careers in supervision or as school principals.

Learn more about Educational Leadership

Educational Technology

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For anyone interested in technology leadership at the school or district level.

Learn more about Educational Technology

Literacy Education

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For certified teachers who want to be certified as a reading specialist or are interested in literacy

Learn more about Literacy Education

School Counseling

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For individuals interested in becoming a certified school counselor.

Learn more about School Counseling

Kodály Music Education

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For music educators seeking comprehensive musicianship and instructional training.

Learn more about Kodály Music Education

Montessori Education

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For individuals seeking Montessori teacher training while earning an advanced degree.

Learn more about Montessori Education

Cohorts

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Loyola University Maryland offers programs through a cohort format. Students enrolled in cohorts take their classes together, with an identified program of study, at times convenient for full-time teachers. Students also enjoy small classes, reduced tuition, and minimal fees.

We currently have on-going partnerships with the following Maryland school systems:

  • Archdiocese of Baltimore
  • Anne Arundel County Public Schools
  • Baltimore City Public Schools
  • Baltimore County Public Schools
  • Howard County Public Schools
  • Montgomery County Public Schools
  • Prince Georges County Public Schools

Learn more about Loyola's cohort programs

Continuing Ed

Loyola offers continuing education opportunities for individuals looking to gain new knowledge without committing to a degree program.

School Counseling Continuing Education Courses

The School Counseling program offers a number of courses for counseling practitioners and educators. Courses included Mindfulness Approach for School Counselors, Lauryn’s Law, Promoting Social- Emotional Competence, and LCPC Clinical Supervision.

Learn more about School Counseling Continuing Education Courses

Micro-credentials for Professional Learning for AIMS Educators

These educational technology focused micro-credentials will allow educators to improve, enhance, or supplement their current skill sets and learn new techniques in an area of professional interest aligned with their students needs, school-wide instructional goals, and/or their school’s specific technology initiatives.

Learn more about our Micro-Credentials

Kodaly Music Education (Free Saturday Workshops)

Loyola offers free Saturday workshops for those interested in Kodály Music Education. Enjoy a day of music making, food, networking, and fabulous teaching ideas with faculty members and world class guest presenters.

Learn more about Kodaly Music Education Workshops

The Center for Montessori Professional Learning Workshops

Loyola's Center for Montessori Education is committed to ongoing professional learning for Montessori Educators. Loyola also offers Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for professional study through some of our various partnerships below. For more information on any of the below opportunities, please contact montessori@loyola.edu.

Learn more about The Center for Montessori Professional Learning Workshops

For more information, email education@loyola.edu.

News & Highlights

Urban

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At Loyola, we feel all children are entitled to a quality education. In the School of Education, we prepare educators to specifically meet the needs of students in urban classrooms, ensuring academic excellence for all learners.

Learn more about the School of Education

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The Center for Innovation in Urban Education

The Center for Innovation in Urban Education serves as Loyola's hub for collaborative research, program development, and community engagement focused on improving education in urban communities.

Loyola's Center for Montessori Education

Loyola's Center for Montessori Education partners with many institutions across the U.S. to offer a master's degree along with certified AMI training.

The American Kodály Institute

Loyola's American Kodály Institute provides a rigorous teacher training program that goes beyond Kodály certification and offers a Master of Education degree in Kodály Music Education.