If you have any questions about degrees offered, degree requirements, course descriptions, academic rules and regulations, or the Loyola Core, please see our Undergraduate Bulletin.
Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication (with concentrations in Journalism and Strategic Communications and minors in Social Media and Environmental Communication)
Criminology & Justice
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Criminal Justice, and Master of Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Arts in Economics
Bachelor of Arts in English (with a concentration in Literature, Writing or Film/Digital Media). We also offer teacher education in English under both the Literature and Writing concentrations.
Languages and Cultures
Bachelor of Arts in Languages and Cultures (with a concentration in French, Latin American Studies, Spanish, or Translation & Interpreting: Spanish-English). We also offer teacher education in Modern Foreign Language.
Mathematics and Computer Science
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (with a concentration in Computational Mathematics or Mathematics Liberal Arts), or Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems. We also offer teacher education in Mathematics.
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy or Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy (with a concentration in Pre-Law Philosophy)
Bachelor of Science in Physics, Bachelor of Science in Physics (with a concentration in Liberal Arts Physics, *Pre-Engineering Physics or Pre-Health Physics). We also offer teacher education in Science.
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
Bachelor of Science in Psychology or Bachelor of Science in Psychology Pre-Health
Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies (with a concentration in Christianity or World Religions)
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology (with concentrations in Crime, Law, and Social Control; Global Sociology; and Social Justice & Inequalities)
Loyola’s sequence in secondary education allows students to apply for certification in grades 6-12. The courses are integrated with the student’s major and general education courses. When students graduate, they will receive a degree in the major (either Classical Studies [Latin], English [Literature or Writing], Mathematics, Modern Foreign Language [French or Spanish], Science [Chemistry, Physics, Biology, or Environmental Science], or Social Studies [History]), and be ready to apply for a teaching certificate from the state of Louisiana.
University Honors Program
Qualified students are invited to apply to the University Honors Program, which offers challenging courses and cultural and intellectual enrichment activities that are open to students of all undergraduate colleges and majors. Students are required to maintain a 3.3 overall grade point average to qualify.
Students in the College of Arts & Sciences who wish to attempt early admission into the College of Law after three years must have completed all but the last 30 hours of their degree program, including all Common Curriculum, major, named adjunct, and foreign language requirements. The first 30 hours earned in law school will be applied as general elective credits for completion of the undergraduate degree.
Through a special arrangement with the School of Engineering of Tulane University, Loyola students may participate in a program which leads to a B.S. degree from Loyola and an engineering degree from Tulane upon successful completion of both segments of the program. Interested students must consult the Associate Dean.
Interdisciplinary Programs + Minors
The College of Arts & Sciences offers minors within each department, in addition to the 12 Interdisciplinary majors and minors that are available. Interdisciplinary programs is an expanding field for Loyola, offering students the option of focusing on a subject, while viewing it from multiple disciplines.