Ministry Courses

Hide Header: 
0

RELM A370 Pastoral Theology  3 crs.

Fundamental theology in a post-conciliar church; focus on revelation, faith, grace and Christology; a brief review of the historical tradition as a background for creation-centered, liberationist theology today. 

RELM A380 Theology of Ministry  3 crs.

An exploration of Christian ministry grounded in scripture and the historical tradition, but focused on the contemporary situation, especially within Roman Catholicism. 

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Food Studies Courses

Hide Header: 
0

Major Courses

FOST A205: Introduction to Food Studies  3 crs. 

This course is designed to give students an overview of important contemporary issues in food studies, and a taste of a variety of ways to approach those issues. We will study the social, economic, psychological, and cultural impacts of food and cooking, in homes, schools, and professions, and the social contexts for our relationships with food.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Food Studies

Hide Header: 
0

Food Studies is a new interdisciplinary program offered by Loyola University New Orleans. For more information about Food Studies and student opportunities in this program, please contact: 

Justin Nystrom
Associate Professor of History
Food Studies Chair

Daniel Mintz
Instructor of English
Food Studies Program Director

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Honors Program for Humanities Majors

Hide Header: 
0

Program Requirements

For more information about the University Honors Program, learning objectives, faculty, and student opportunities, please visit the University Honors Program Website.  

University Honors Program Faculty & Staff

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Arabic (ARAB)

Hide Header: 
0

ARAB A100 First Year Arabic I 3 crs.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Interdisciplinary Studies

Hide Header: 
0

The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies is offered through cooperation between the Office of Professional + Continuing Studies (PCS) and the College of Arts & Sciences. Students interested in this program should contact the Office of Professional and Continuing Studies.

Professional + Continuing Studies (PCS) Staff

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Library Studies (LIBR)

Hide Header: 
0

LIBR G201: Research and Technology 2.0     1 cr. 

Proficiency in research is a core expectation throughout academia, and also has broader applications that are increasingly valued within the professional realm. This course will cover critical issues, emerging technologies, and practical techniques that are relevant to the research process. You will become a more discerning and reflective information consumer and creator.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Art History (ARTH)

Hide Header: 
0

ARTH M300 Art After Modernism  3 crs.

Art after Modernism traces the development of art in the U.S. and Europe, following a rough chronology from the end of the Second World War through the present. This course covers the major movements with which artists of the last half-century have been associated (including Abstract Expressionism, Pop, Minimalism, and Conceptual art) and explores the critical and theoretical terms with which this art has been discussed. 

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Copy Accounts

Hide Header: 
0

Photocopies can be made in the university's libraries or with other copy machines located on campus by utilizing the student copy account.   Copies can be made in black and white as well as in color (prices vary).  Students can log into the copiers by using their user name and password. A student's username is the first part of the Loyola email address and the password is set as the first two letters of the student's first name and the last four (4) numbers of the student's social security number.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Department of Art

Hide Header: 
0

For more information about the Department of Art, learning objectives, faculty, and student opportunities, please visit the Department of Art Website.

Art Faculty and Staff

Degree Program Course Listings (DPCL)

Download the degree requirements, which are listed on the DPCL for each major and concentration:

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Game Studies

Hide Header: 
0

Game Studies Homepage

Game Studies Faculty

2017-2018 Game Studies course tracking sheet

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Entrepreneurship Courses

Hide Header: 
0

Minor Courses

ENTR B300 Entrepreneurship 3 crs.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Translation & Interpreting: Spanish-English (TISE)

Hide Header: 
0

LAS-O200, Intro to Contemporary Latin American Culture, 3crs

This introduction to Latin American Studies focuses on the rich cultural heritage that has come to form part of the Latin American identity. Using literature, film, music and visual arts, both produced by and about Latin America, student study the issues that have faced the region and its people throughout its recent history and had an impact on its identity. This is an interdisciplinary course that allows students to understand Latino communities through different academic lenses.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Nursing Courses

Hide Header: 
0

NURS G364 Health Assessment 3 crs.

This emphasis of this course is on providing the student with tools of assessment to appraise the health of individuals. Knowledge of biological sciences is used within the context of the nursing process to develop skill in systematic assessment of clients in all phases of the life cycle.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Nursing

Hide Header: 
0

For more information about the RN to BSN Program, learning objectives, faculty, and opportunities for students, please visit the Nursing Website.

Nursing Faculty and Staff

Degree Program Course Listings (DPCL)

Download the degree requirements, which are listed on the DPCL:

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Business Analytics

Hide Header: 
0
 
 
 
Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Digital Filmmaking (FILM)

Hide Header: 
0

FILM M100 Film Colloquium 1 crs.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Design Courses (DSGN)

Hide Header: 
0

DSGN M200 Design Lecture Forum 0 crs.

Design forum is a gathering of all students and faculty in design. This monthly meeting will present a guest speaker from the design community: locally, nationally, or internationally. Students are encouraged to ask questions.

DSGN M271 Design History 1   3 crs.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Special Studies (SPST)

Hide Header: 
0

SPST A105 Protocols of Learning 1 cr.

Designed to promote higher-level learning skills, this course demonstrates techniques with application to the student’s classwork. The course addresses taking notes, preparing for exams, and comprehension in reading. Individual conferences are provided to address the student’s specific need.

SPST ALRC Psychology Learning Community 1 cr.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0

Classical Studies

Hide Header: 
0

For more information about the Classical Studies Department, learning objectives, faculty, and student opportunities, please visit the Classical Studies Department Website.

Spotlights
Turn Off Right Column: 
0
Turn On Fast Facts: 
0
Calendar
Scope: 
department
Exclude From Bio Lists: 
no
Body Tag: 
undergraduate