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Business Core Courses

ACCT B202 Financial Accounting for Decision Making 3 crs.

This course is designed to introduce students to accounting in a way that demonstrates the importance of accounting to society and the relevance of accounting to their future careers.  The objective of the course is for students to understand the essential financial components of businesses and to realize that accounting information is imperative in the decision making process of investors, creditors, management, and others.

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Admissions

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Below you will find undergraduate admissions links:

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Financial Aid

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The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid provides information for and administers all aid programs on campus. For more complete information, please contact that office at (504) 865-3231, by e-mail at finaid@loyno.edu, or www.loyno.edu/financialaid.

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Education Abroad Programs

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For students wanting an education abroad experience, the Center for International Education is the first stop with advising and information on both Loyola and non-Loyola programs, financial aid, and scholarships. Staff work with students to help them find the right program that will meet their academic and personal goals, financial situation, and interests.  Students must also meet with their academic adviser and the associate dean in their college prior to applying to a non-Loyola study abroad program. 

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ROTC

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Army ROTC

Loyola students who participate in Army ROTC take their courses on the Tulane University campus through the cross-enrollment agreement.

Air Force ROTC

The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) take their courses on the Tulane University campus through the cross-enrollment agreement.

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Service Learning

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The Office of Community Engaged Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship supports the development and implementation of community-engaged learning (i.e. service learning) and community-engaged research experiences in academic courses and programs of study at Loyola University New Orleans. 

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Student Life + Services

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Student Services

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Summer Session

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The Office of Professional & Continuing Studies coordinates and manages all processes and procedures involved with Loyola’s Summer Sessions.

Professional + Continuing Studies (PCS) Staff

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Course Descriptions

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Course descriptions for all undergraduate programs are listed below: 

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Cross-College Programs

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Loyola University New Orleans offers several cross-college programs. To find out more, explore the links below:

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Common Curriculum

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The Common Curriculum (CC) stands as a clear expression of the Jesuit vision of education. The CC serves to provide a foundation in a genuinely humanistic education -- in philosophy, religious studies, literature, history, the sciences, and the arts -- complementing the major fields of study of every undergraduate's program. The CC is designed to challenge students to develop all of their talents to the fullest; it calls for critical thinking, reflection, and disciplined study.

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First Year Seminars

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All first-year students take a first-year seminar, in either the fall or spring semester, as the gateway course to the Common Curriculum. When students enroll at Loyola, they are asked to select several seminars they would like to take and send their preferences to us in priority order. We then pre-register students for a seminar, making every effort to place them in their top choice.

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Interdisciplinary Programs

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Loyola's interdisciplinary studies programs give students the chance to examine topics from multiple perspectives, explore issues that emerge at the intersection of academic disciplines, and think creatively about themes and problems across departmental boundaries. These programs draw on the broad intellectual resources of the university and the specialized expertise of teacher-scholars in a variety of departments. Students interested in interdisciplinary study may choose among three majors and thirteen minors.

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Professional + Continuing Studies

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University Honors Program

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The Loyola University Honors Program offers the opportunity for academically superior, highly motivated students to take challenging honors courses, to participate in special cultural and intellectual enrichment activities, and to engage in a Living-Learning Community for honors students. The University Honors Program is open to qualified students of all undergraduate colleges and majors.

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Policies + Support Services

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Loyola University New Orleans offers many support services. Find out more about our admissions policies and support services offered to undergraduate students with the links below:

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