The Deadline for our master's programs in Cultural & Educational Policy Studies and Ed.D. in School Psychology is April 1. Apply now
- EdD in Administration & Supervision
- EdD in Administration & Supervision: CPS Principal Preparation
- EdD in Curriculum and Instruction
- EdD in School Psychology
- PhD in Counseling Psychology
- PhD in Cultural & Educational Policy Studies
- PhD in Higher Education
- PhD in Research Methodology
- PhD in School Psychology
- MEd in Administration & Supervision
- MEd in Community Counseling
- MEd in Cultural & Educational Policy Studies
- MEd in Curriculum & Instruction
- MEd in Elementary Education (K-9 Endorsement)
- MEd in English Language Teaching & Learning
- MEd in Higher Education
- MEd in International Higher Education
- MEd in Reading with Reading Specialist Endorsement
- MEd in School Counseling
- MEd in Secondary Education
- MEd in Special Education
- MEd in Special Education (for Licensed Teachers)
- MEd in Teacher Leader & English as a Second Language
- BSEd in Bilingual/Bicultural Education
- BSEd in Early Childhood Special Education
- BSEd in Elementary Education
- BSEd in Elementary Math Education
- BSEd in Elementary Science Education
- BSEd in Secondary Education
- BSEd in Special Education
- BS/MEd Five-year Degree in Biology and Secondary Education
- BA/MEd Five-year Degree in Chemistry and Secondary Education
- BS/MEd Five-year Degree in Physics and Secondary Education
Miranda Johnson from the School of Law and Pam Fenning from the School of Education/School Psychology program jointly led a “conversation series” at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) convention in Orlando, Florida. The focus of the conversation series was on their collaborative efforts with others at the state level to develop a “model [...]Read More
The M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision for Principal Preparation program for CPS teachers and administrators will begin a cohort Fall 2015. Educators who hold an Illinois teacher’s license and work in the Chicago Public Schools interested in earning their master’s degree and their Illinois Principal Endorsement are urged to apply for this program by April 15th. This program will take place at Loyola’s Water Tower Campus in downtown Chicago.
The university recently announced the creation of the Andrew M. Greeley Endowed Chair for Catholic Education. Dr. Lorraine Ozar, founder of the Center, has been named the inaugural chair. Michael J. Boyle, PhD, will succeed Dr. Ozar as director of the Greeley Center, where he previously served as assistant director.
Kerry Obrist (BS ’91, MEd ’96), who is legally blind, works on behalf of others with disabilities. Obrist was working as a school psychologist in Chicago’s south suburbs when she realized she was losing her vision faster than expected. Recognizing that some activities were going to become more difficult for her, Obrist decided to challenge herself.
The MEd in Administration and Supervision Principal Preparation Program is admitting its first cohort of candidates for Fall 2015. Educators who hold an Illinois teachers’ license and work in Lake County are urged to apply for this program by April 1. Courses are to be held at Loyola’s Cuneo Mansion & Gardens in Vernon Hills.
Jackie Martin goes out of her way to help others. She’s tutored students, mentored new tour guides, and even helped spread holiday cheer to children. She’s done it all while maintaining a near-perfect 3.9 GPA.
Beginning spring 2015 the School of Education will offer an MEd in Teacher Leader and English as a Second Language (ESL) with dual ISBE endorsements in Teacher Leader and ESL. A cohort begins in Spring 2015 at Loyola's Vernon Hills location.
ProfileDr. Curtis Mason (PhD ’11): "I had been teaching high school English, but I was most interested in studying issues of social inequalities with a focus on educational history. CEPS fit that bill."