An overview of Loyola's classes
Tour GuideMarie Louis-Charles
Loyola's liberal arts education involves taking a course load that touches on a couple of different disciplines. The core curriculum is pretty hefty, but Loyola creates an engaging learning experience that encourages developing a well-rounded perspective. Classes usually don't have any more than 30 kids and they are a mix of lectures and discussions.
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