Loyola University Maryland

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Graduate Program in Liberal Studies

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The graduate program in liberal studies at Loyola University Maryland seeks to educate those who appreciate the journey as much as the destination. Through a broad spectrum of courses, students study the roots and outcomes of the American experience, fostering the development of eloquentia perfecta—the ability to speak and to write effectively, gracefully, and responsibly across various media—one of the primary goals of a Jesuit education. Each student will emerge with a better understanding of and appreciation for the diverse elements which today define what it means to be a citizen of twenty-first-century America.

Visit the liberal studies website to learn more about the program.

Virtual Information Sessions

We know your schedules are busy, and so we want to come to you to help you learn more! Join us for a Virtual Information Session and an opportunity to chat directly with Director of Program Operations for Liberal Studies, Louis Hinkel, to learn about this program, admission process and flexible course schedules. You may join the chat from your home computer, tablet, or smartphone. Registration required; please RSVP at the links below:

Wednesday, March 26, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. 
 
Thursday, April 17, Noon – 1 p.m. 

 

Liberal Studies At-A-Glance (Information Session and Capstone Presentations)

Liberal Studies alumni and prospective students are invited to Loyola's North Baltimore Evergreen campus on Sunday, May 4 for a special program event. Current program students will be presenting their capstone elective projects, which will be followed by a reception in the Hug Lounge. Prospective students are invited to attend an information session prior to the capstone presentations and are also invited to remain for the following reception. This is a valuable opportunity to connect with the program and learn more. Registration required; please RSVP at the link below:

Presentation topics include "The Psychology of Horror” (Movies) and “Confessional Life Narrative:  Writing My Memoir”

Sunday, May 4, 1 – 4 p.m.

 

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