Dr. David Denny, culture & media department chair, presented a paper on Lars von Trier's Antichrist at the International Zizek Studies Conference in Cincinnati in April 2014.
The Marylhurst University School of Graduate Studies is home to eight graduate programs, all of them distinctive and some that are unique to our region.
Led by Dean Debrah Bokowski, the school offers the region's only master's degree program in art therapy counseling, and a unique interdisciplinary studies master's degree that allows students to build a tailored degree program across multiple areas of study.
Our two master's degree programs in education are highly focused on helping both prospective and experienced teachers better serve students who face barriers to learning, whether they be poverty, English as a second language or other social justice issues.
And our two graduate programs in religious studies offer a range of opportunities for you to grow spiritually as you pursue personal and professional goals.
In September 2013, we launched another new, unique master's degree program: the Master of Science in Food Systems & Society.
Marylhurst also offers four Master of Business Administration programs that are housed within our School of Business instead of the School of Graduate Studies.