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Graduate and Professional Studies

Become an innovator.

We have a tradition at Loyola University New Orleans: Our students are wildly successful. They go on to serve the city of New Orleans, the State of Louisiana, and the world.

Our graduate programs are rooted strongly in our Jesuit ideals, yes, but they are also constantly evolving to offer relevant skills and real-life experience. They prepare you to be an instrument of innovation in your chosen profession, to revolutionize your field – and to create new ones.

Faculty Success

The Berry Project Honoring the Work of Thomas Berry, C.P. at Loyola and the Legacy of LIM Professor Kathleen O'Gorman

Because of her interaction with Passionist “Ecologian” Fr. Thomas Berry beginning in the early 1990s, LIM Professor Emerita Kathleen O’Gorman was a forerunner in highlighting the centrality of creation for practical theology, pastoral studies, and religious education.  To honor his work at Loyola and her legacy in the Loyola Institute for Ministry, we have developed the Berry Project.  For more information about the Berry Project, see http://gps.loyno.edu/lim/thomas-berry-project.


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Student Success

LIM Graduate Kathy Smith Founds Baptist Creation Care Initiative as a Result of her LIM Studies

Congratulations to LIM graduate Kathy Smith who, as a result of her studies in Religion and Ecology at LIM, is the founder and Executive Director of Baptist Creation Care Initiative!  Its mission is to offer a distinctly Baptist voice of faith, enriched by science and action, and empowered by biblical insight and a love of creation. She writes, "We strive to be a venue where Baptists of many different traditions can discuss the place of both the Bible and science in our shared understanding of God's wonderful creation.


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Showcase

MBA Open House

Find out if a Loyola MBA is right for you.

Advising & Registration

Registration for Spring and Summer 2017 classes opens Nov. 7.