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Undergraduate Study

Loyola students benefit from both focused, effective career preparation and the profound benefits of a liberal arts education.

No other academic program better prepares you to meet the various and complex challenges you will face in your life鈥攖oday, tomorrow, and 20 years from now. No other educational experience better prepares you to lead a life full of intellectual inquiry, creative output, meaning, and joy. 

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Students who experience the Jesuit approach to education at 麻豆精选 graduate with uniquely powerful traits: bright minds, bold hearts, and broad global knowledge. They embrace and thrive鈥攁nd go on to succeed鈥攊n our wondrous, beautiful, interconnected, and complicated world. 

You will appreciate the triumphs of the human mind. Assess problems with a discerning eye. Clearly articulate your ideas. Practice empathy. Manage diversity and difference. Do what鈥檚 right, even when what鈥檚 right isn鈥檛 easy. Our society and our world depend on those who possess these critical capacities more than ever. 

45+ majors
55+ minors
100% of classes are taught by loyola faculty
20 average class size
12:1 student-to-faculty ratio
The foundation for a rich, meaningful intellectual life鈥攁nd your future success

Loyola鈥檚 core curriculum is just that: the core of our liberal arts academic experience. Through the core, you'll be exposed to a wide variety of subjects. You'll develop lifelong habits of curiosity, integrity, persistence, and a passion for the pursuit of knowledge. When the time comes to do something different for a living (and research shows that it will), you鈥檒l be distinctly prepared.

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See what makes up the Loyola core
Diversity
Value the contributions of all people
Ethics
Commit yourself to a life of integrity
History
Learn from others鈥 mistakes and triumphs
Literature
Gain the ability to see things from a new perspective
Mathematics
Solve problems logically and consistently
Natural & Applied Sciences
Demystify the inner workings of the natural world
Philosophy
Think critically about thinking critically
Social Science
Understand the human condition and your relationship to others
Theology
Connect with the search for universal truth
World Language
Shorten the distance between you and the rest of the world
Writing
Master the crucial skill of expressing ideas in writing
Visual & Performing Arts
Appreciate the influence of aesthetic expressions

Learn what to expect in the classroom