Certificate in Forensic Investigation

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For more information about the Certificate in Forensic Investigation, learning objectives, faculty, and student opportunities, please visit the Professional & Continuing Studies (PCS) Website.

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Department of Criminal Justice Faculty & Staff

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Certificate in Translation & Interpreting

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For more information about the Certificate in Translation & Interpreting, learning objectives, faculty, and student opportunities, please visit the Professional & Continuing Studies (PCS) Website.

Professional & Continuing Studies (PCS) Staff

Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies Faculty & Staff

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Plagiarism Appeals Policy

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If the matter cannot be amicably resolved in consultation with the instructor and chairperson up to 30 days after the beginning of the subsequent semester, excluding summers, the student has the right to submit a plagiarism appeal form to the dean of the college in which the course was offered a decision of the instructor indicating that the student is guilty of cheating, plagiarism, or misrepresentation.

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Student Academic Grievance Procedure

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The following policy is subject to periodic review and modification:

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Plagiarism Appeals Policy

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If the matter cannot be amicably resolved in consultation with the instructor and chairperson up to 30 days after the beginning of the subsequent semester, excluding summers, the student has the right to submit a plagiarism appeal form to the dean of the college in which the course was offered a decision of the instructor indicating that the student is guilty of cheating, plagiarism, or misrepresentation.

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Residency

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At least 25 percent of the semester credit hours required for the degree must be earned through instruction offered by Loyola. Unless special permission is granted by the dean for the student to pursue coursework elsewhere, the last 30 credit hours must be completed at Loyola. Although transfer students are required to complete at least 15 credit hours in their major while at Loyola, additional hours are normally required. Transfer students in Loyola's Evening Division are required to complete at least 50 percent of the credit hours in the major at Loyola.

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Knowledge of Regulations

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Students are responsible for compliance with the regulations of the university and should familiarize themselves with the provisions of this bulletin distributed by the Office of Admissions, the deadlines posted on the academic calendar published by the Office of Student Records, the Student Handbook distributed by the Division of Student Affairs, and posted official notices and official instructions given to students.

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Grading

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Each instructor has the option of using a grading method within each course that best meets the needs of students and the subject. However, all grades are translated by instructors into the following grades:

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Grade Appeals

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The student has a right to the grade he or she has earned, the right to know the grading system of the instructor, and the right to know grades as they are given during the semester. The grading system should be included in the course syllabus.

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Music Ensemble (MUEN)

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MUEN M100-M106 Major Ensemble 1 cr.

Loyola Symphony Orchestra, Loyola Chamber Orchestra, University Band, University Chorale, University Chorus, Jazz Band I, Jazz Workshop Band, Jazz Training Ensemble, and Wind Ensemble. These courses involve regular rehearsals and performances in groups of various sizes and constitutions. Creditable as needed at any level of undergraduate study. Open to non-music students by audition only.

MUEN M200-202 Minor Ensemble 1 cr.

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Music Minor

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The Music Minor is offered through the College of Music and Fine Arts. For more information about the music minor, learning objectives, faculty, and student opportunities, please visit the School of Music Website.

School of Music Faculty & Staff

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Academic Actions - Graduate Policies

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In order to remain in good academic standing, a student must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher. A student whose gpa falls below 3.0 will be placed on academic probation. A student on probation usually has one semester (fall, spring or summer) to remove the deficiency. If the deficiency is not removed in the allotted time, the student may not be eligible to continue in the program. The final decision to allow a probationary student to remain in the program will be made by the department chairperson.

 

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Professional + Continuing Studies: Bachelor of Criminal Justice

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The Bachelor of Criminal Justice (BCJ) is offered through cooperation between the Office of Professional + Continuing Studies (PCS) and the College of Social Sciences.

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Overpayments/Excess Aid

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Tuition Refund

When a student withdraws or reduces their enrollment, the student may be entitled to a tuition credit.  Please refer to the tuition refund schedule.

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Withdrawals and Federal Financial Aid Programs

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Federal Pell Grant eligibility is calculated based on the student’s enrollment status at the time funds will be disbursed. Federal financial aid programs assume students will complete a full semester. Aid eligibility must be recalculated if a student totally withdraws or is dismissed from the university before 60 percent of the semester has been completed. Aid will be adjusted based on the number of days in the semester that have elapsed before the student indicated an intent to withdraw to a university official.

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Withdrawals and Institutional Merit Scholarships

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Institutional academic and merit scholarships are calculated based on the assumption that students will enroll and be charged full-time tuition. If a student on scholarship aid withdraws from a course and receives a tuition refund, the scholarship will be proportionately reduced based on the reduced tuition cost for the semester.

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Refund Policies

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Tuition

The university’s general policy on refunds is described below. Federal statute requires an alternate calculation for recipients of federal Title IV financial assistance.  More information on the alternate calculation for federal aid can be obtained from the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

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Monthly Payments

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Although Loyola has no monthly payment plan of its own, students may subscribe to one of two plans offered by outside companies. TuitionPay by Higher One and Tuition Management Systems, Inc. offer families several monthly payment options to help make education expenses more affordable. The interest-free monthly payment option enables families to spread all or part of the annual tuition, fees, residence hall charges, and board plans over equal, monthly payments. There are no interest charges, only a small annual fee.

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Employer Tuition Reimbursement Program

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For Professional and Continuing Studies and College of Business working students with employer reimbursement plans, the university will defer payment on 90 percent of tuition and regular fees. To become eligible for this deferment, the student must submit to the dean’s office a copy of the employer’s reimbursement policy and each semester submit verification on company letterhead of the student’s eligibility in the plan.

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Billing and Payment Policy

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Incoming students and returning students who have pre-registered are mailed a bill for tuition, fees, residence hall charges, and board plans prior to the beginning of the semester.

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