Loyola University offers local law enforcement agencies a tuition discount for the BCJ program. To be eligible for this program the student must complete the following steps:
New Certificate in Translation & Interpreting Offered at Loyola GO »
The Certificate in Translation & Interpreting is designed for bilingual students interested in Spanish/English, English/Spanish translation and interpreting in legal and healthcare settings. For more information GO »
Tuition for the Certificate in Translation & Interpreting is the same for all courses in the program. In addition, students will pay the parking and technology fee each semester. The parking fee will only be charged if you are taking an on-campus or hybrid course. For the 2013-2014 academic year, the current rate for those fees are:
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The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office has made arrangements with the Holiday Inn New Orleans West Bank Tower to accomodate the participants of the Forensic Science Investigation continuing education courses. All participants requiring hotel accomodations should contact the hotel and use the discount code of 'JP Crime Lab' to receive the special discount rate of $109, per night. A block of rooms will be set aside for each seminar course, but space is limited so book your reservations now.
The Department of Criminal Justice and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office Crime Laboratory are now offering continuing education courses at the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's training facility. These non-credit courses are perfect for police officers, detectives, crime scene technicians, and crime lab personnel.
Loyola University New Orleans’ Department of Criminal Justice and Office of Professional and Continuing Studies have partnered with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office to offer a new Certificate. GO »
Due to the unique nature of each of the university's certificate programs, tuition and fees vary from program to program. In support of the university's commitment to lifelong learning, Loyola has provided these programs with a significant tuition discount. The tuition and fees for each program are listed at the following sites:
The Certificate in Forensic Science Investigation is a non-credit certificate program offered jointly from the Office of Professional & Continuing Studies, the Department of Criminal Justice, and the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office (JPSO). The certificate is a 20 unit continuing education program.
The Certificate in Translation & Interpreting is a non-credit certificate program offered jointly from the Office of Professional & Continuing Studies, the Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, and the Department of Languages & Cultures. The certificate is a 21 credit continuing education program. Students are awarded three continuing education units (CEUs) for each course that they complete.
Loyola offers certificate programs in the following areas of study:
In support of the university's mission and committment to serve the educational needs of working adults the Office of Professional & Continuing Studies has collaborated with departments from within the university and local community agencies to offer several non-credit certificate programs. These programs are designed to provide their students with the skills and qualifications needed to pursue a new career, freshen current skills, or improve their qualifications.
Loyola offers several non-credit certificate programs. These programs are designed to provide students with the skills and qualifications needed to pursue a new career, freshen current skills, or improve a student's qualifications. We currently offer certificates in translation and interpreting and forensic science investigation.
Ms. Jen Brackett assists the staff and students of the evening programs, certificate programs and summer session by providing general administrative support and maintaining the daily functions of the office. Originally from New Hampshire, Ms. Brackett first worked at Loyola in 2004 as the Administrative Assistant for the Women's Resource Center and later as the Project Assistant for the NOCCAV grant project. She is very happy to be back at Loyola.