Find your department

All Departments (54)

'{[deptFilter.toUpperCase()]}' Departments ({[filteredDepartments.length]})

All A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9

{[ filteredDepartmentsMessage ]}

Loyola Maryland School Information

School Facts

  • Operating Status: Currently operating

    Campus: Main campus (and distance learning)

    Institution Type: 4

  • Degree Type:

    Highest Degree —Doctoral

    Predominant Degree —Associate's and Certificates

    Distance Education: On-campus and Online

Admissions

65%

13%

Admission Selectivity and Test Scores
SAT

60%

Average SAT Score Range

  • Unknown

ACT

22%

Average ACT Score

  • 24-29
  • 26

  • Average Score

Admission Requirement
Secondary School Record Secondary School GPA Secondary School Rank Letters of Recommendation Admission Test Score AP Credits
Required Required Recommended Required Not Recommended Yes

Academics

Graduation Rate
  • 79%

  • 84%

  • 85%

Degree Details

Available Fields of Study and Degrees

  • > Accounting Bachelor's Program
  • > Applied Mathematics, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Art History, Criticism and Conservation Bachelor's Program
  • > Art/Art Studies, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist Master's Program
  • > Biology/Biological Sciences, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Business Administration and Management, General Master's Program
  • > Business/Commerce, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Chemistry, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Clinical Pastoral Counseling/Patient Counseling
  • > Clinical Psychology Master's Program
  • > Computer Science Bachelor's Program, Master's Program
  • > Counseling Psychology Master's Program, Post Master's Program
  • > Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services Master's Program, Post Master's Program
  • > Creative Writing Bachelor's Program
  • > Curriculum and Instruction Master's Program, Post Master's Program
  • > Economics, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Educational Leadership and Administration, General Master's Program, Post Master's Program
  • > Elementary Education and Teaching Bachelor's Program
  • > Engineering, General Bachelor's Program
  • > English Language and Literature, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Finance, General Master's Program
  • > Fine Arts and Art Studies, Other Bachelor's Program
  • > French Language and Literature Bachelor's Program
  • > German Language and Literature Bachelor's Program
  • > History, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Latin Language and Literature Bachelor's Program
  • > Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies Master's Program
  • > Montessori Teacher Education Master's Program, Post Master's Program
  • > Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other Bachelor's Program
  • > Music Teacher Education Master's Program
  • > Pastoral Studies/Counseling Master's Program
  • > Philosophy Bachelor's Program
  • > Physics, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Political Science and Government, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Psychology, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Reading Teacher Education Master's Program
  • > Religion/Religious Studies Bachelor's Program
  • > Social Sciences, Other Bachelor's Program
  • > Sociology Bachelor's Program
  • > Spanish Language and Literature Bachelor's Program
  • > Special Education and Teaching, General Master's Program
  • > Special Education and Teaching, Other Master's Program
  • > Speech Communication and Rhetoric Bachelor's Program
  • > Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist Bachelor's Program
  • > Statistics, General Bachelor's Program
  • > Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods, Oth Master's Program
  • > Technology Teacher Education/Industrial Arts Teacher Education Master's Program
Highest Degree Continuing Professional Programs Academic and Career Counselling Services Employment Services for Students Placement Services for Graduate Study Abroad
Doctoral Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Tuition, Cost and Financial Aid

  • Undergraduate Tuition
    • In-State Tuition (2014-2015)

      $42,690.00

    • Out-of-State Tuition (2014-2015)

      $42,690.00

Financial Aid — Freshmen Students
Type of Aid No. Receiving Aid % Receiving Aid Total Aid Received Average Aid Received
Any Student Financial Aid 888 81% $37,228.00 $3,127.00
Grant Aid 833 76% $20,364,972.00 $23,034.00
Student Loan - 55% $15,084.00 $5,260.00
Financial Aid — Undergraduate Students
Type of Aid No. Receiving Aid % Receiving Aid Total Aid Received Average Aid Received
Any Student Financial Aid 2,577 64% $64,626,022.00 $25,078.00
Pell Grant Aid 571 14% $2,231,146.00 $3,907.00
Student Loan 2,136 53% $14,702,803.00 $6,883.00

Students

Student-Faculty Ratio

12 : 1

  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
  • Student Icon
:
Tutor Icon
Endowment per FTE Enrollment

$37,615

per student

Demographics

Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences, 2014 - 2015

Course Hero, Inc. does not independently verify the accuracy of the information presented above.

Loyola Maryland Documents (893)

Master your classes with homework help, exam study guides, past papers, and more for Loyola Maryland.

Most Recent Documents for Loyola Maryland

View all

Loyola Maryland Flashcards

Showing 1 to 0 of 0

View all

Loyola Maryland Courses with Advice

Be the first to share words of wisdom!

You'll get $10 in tutor credits for sharing advice on 3 courses.

Give Advice

Ask a homework question - tutors are online