Graduate Programs

Whether you are a professional switching careers into teaching, an educator who is seeking teacher certification, or an educator seeking to advance your career, Loyola has a graduate program in education just right for your busy schedule. State-approved and nationally-accredited, Loyola's education programs offer you an outstanding level of professional instruction. A Loyola degree will equip you with the theory and knowledge in your field and prepare you for the day-to-day challenges that today's educators face.

Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice

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

Educational Leadership

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

Educational Technology

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

Kodály Music Education

For music educators seeking comprehensive musicianship and instructional training.

Literacy Education (Reading Specialist or Literacy Teacher)

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

Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

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

Montessori Education

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

School Counseling

For individuals interested in becoming a certified school counselor.

Teaching English Language Learners (TELL)

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

Non-Degree Special Student Option

For students who already have a bachelor's degree and wish to enroll in courses without pursuing a graduate degree or certificate.