Loyola College at 4501 North Charles Street in Baltimore, Maryland was established in 1852. It is a Jesuit Catholic comprehensive university offering undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs.
The undergraduate program features 34 disciplines and four pre-professional programs in addition to a diverse selection of electives. About one-half of the junior class studies abroad each year through exchange programs in Melbourne, Australia, Leuven, Belgium, Beijing, China, NewCastle, England, Cork, Ireland, Rome, Italy, Auckland, New Zealand, Alcala, Spain, and Bangkok, Thailand.
Loyola College is a leading provider of professionally focused graduate education and offers more than 40 advanced degree and certificate programs in the disciplines of:
Tuition is ,500 per year with room and board at ,560.
Maryland Institute College of Art
Maryland Institute College of Art at 1300 Mount Royal Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland
is ranked among the nations top colleges of art and design. MICA offers a studio curriculum balanced by challenging course work in the liberal arts. Sixteen undergraduate majors that lead to the bachelor of fine arts degree include:
Interdisciplinary fine arts
Maryland Institute College of Art also offers Master of Arts degrees in:
Community arts and digital arts
Master of fine arts degrees in fine art
MICA offers a post baccalaureate certificate in fine art and study abroad opportunities are available in 12 countries.
The residential campus is located in the heart of Baltimores cultural district, and hosts a range of exhibitions, artist talks, performances and films.
Students have the opportunity to develop professional skills through first-hand experience in the colleges nationally recognized community-based arts program, internships around the world, and a variety of programs for campus leadership and involvement.
Tuition is ,140 per year with room and board at ,530.
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