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Marylhurst Hosts Business Degree Information Session

Open house planned for those exploring business education options

Marylhurst University's School of Business will host an information session on Thursday, June 5 to help prospective students learn more about the university's many bachelor's and master's degree programs in business.

The evening event will provide details about undergraduate programs in business management and business leadership offered on the Marylhurst campus, online, and on two Portland Community College and Clackamas Community College campuses.

The university also offers four distinct MBA programs:

  • Traditional MBA, with classes offered evenings, Saturdays and online
  • MBA in Sustainable Business (online)
  • MBA in Real Estate (online)
  • MBA in Health Care Management (online)

All of the university's business programs are designed with the needs of working adults in mind, and accelerated completion options are available. School of Business faculty will share more information about the distinct features of Marylhurst's bachelor's and master's degree options, including flexible scheduling, practitioner faculty and relevant, project-based curriculum that allows learning to be applied immediately in the workplace.

Thursday, June 5, 6:30 p.m.

Marylhurst University
Old Library, BP John Administration Building

Admission and parking are free

Megan Wellman, 503.675.3961,

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 1,400 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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