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Fall Event Showcases Marylhurst Graduate Programs

October Information Session Offers Details on 11 Master's Degree Programs

Marylhurst University's School of Graduate Studies and School of Business will host a fall information session Thursday, October 24 at 6:30 p.m. to provide prospective students with information about the university's 11 graduate programs. Marylhurst features Oregon's largest MBA program, with a traditional MBA offered evenings, Saturdays and online, and specialized MBAs in sustainable business, real estate and health care management. Marylhurst also offers graduate programs in art therapy counseling, teaching, education, interdisciplinary studies, applied theology, divinity, and food systems and society. All graduate programs are centered on the needs of working adults to balance school with jobs, family and other life commitments. Faculty from all graduate degree programs will be on hand at the information session to share details and answer questions about part-time and full-time study options, admission requirements, application deadlines, curricula and career options.

WHEN:          
Thursday, October 24
6:30 p.m.

WHERE:        
Marylhurst University
Old Library, BP John Administration Building

COST:            
Admission and parking are free

CONTACT:   
Chris Sweet, 503.699-6268, csweet@marylhurst.edu

About Marylhurst University

Marylhurst University, a private liberal arts university 10 miles south of Portland, Ore. on Highway 43, is regionally accredited and nationally recognized for innovation and academic excellence in serving adult learners. Founded in 1893, Oregon's oldest Catholic university serves more than 1,600 multigenerational students of all faiths and backgrounds. Marylhurst offers nearly 50 undergraduate and graduate degrees and professional certificate programs on campus and online, all of which integrate the liberal arts with professional studies and prepare graduates to be ethical leaders who think critically and creatively.

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