We educate students to have a critical understanding and comprehensive body of knowledge of the techniques, theories and social consequences of our complex national and global communications system. In our technologically intense fields in which method and form are major concerns, we educate students to become intellectual, artistic and ethical professional leaders in this rapidly changing information environment.
In the Jesuit tradition, we are committed to understanding and advancing social justice through service to our university, our communities and our disciplines. As scholars, staff, student and alumni, we value the media as social instruments and are committed to the ethical integration and application of communication skills, knowledge and values in the interconnected and diverse world around us.
The School of Mass Communication has written a manual for students to guide you through your time at Loyola University New Orleans. You can get a copy from the school office in room 332 of the Communications/Music Complex. Please read the manual, also available online here, and familiarize youself with our policies and procedures as well as your degree requirements.
The School of Mass Communication offers a solid basis in the techniques of the field, but we also stress a comprehensive view of the theory, the ethics and the social consequences of our complex national and global communications systems. Learn more about the school: