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Especially for KBOO Listeners

Do you value KBOO's progressive perspective, emotional maturity, diversity and creativity in programming? If so, we think you'll like it here at Marylhurst University.

Educating the whole person and serving the underserved is the crux of Marylhurst's mission, just as KBOO embraces diverse communities and underserved groups.

Need more information?

Come to one of our information sessions, meet faculty and see what makes this place different. Things like scheduling flexibility, including weekend and online classes, and earning college credit for life learning. Imagine that.

Space is often limited so RSVP to secure your spot.

Prior Learning Assessment Information Session

Tuesday, December 2
6:30 - 8 p.m.
Details  |  RSVP

Graduate Programs Information Session

Thursday, October 23
6:30 - 8 p.m.
Details  |  RSVP

Graduate programs:
MA in Art Therapy Counseling
MA in Teaching
Master of Education
MS in Food Systems & Society
MA in Interdisciplinary Studies
Marylhurst MBA
Saturday MBA
MBA in Health Care Management
MBA in Sustainable Business
MBA in Real Estate
MA in Applied Pastoral Theology
Master of Divinity

Undergraduate Information Session

Saturday, November 15
9 a.m. - 12 noon
Details  |  RSVP

Undergraduate programs:
BA in Art
BFA in Art
BFA in Interior Design
BS in Business & Leadership
BS in Business Management
BAS in Business Management
BS in Sustainable Business
BS in Real Estate Studies
BA in Communication
BA in Public Relations
BA in Cultural Studies
BA in Media & Film Studies
BA in English Literature & Writing
BA in English Literature & New Media
BA in Human Studies
BA in Psychology
BA in Social Sciences
BA in Interdisciplinary Studies
BA in Music
Bachelor of Music Therapy (BMT)
BA in Science

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Chuck Caruso Presents on Video Game Theory

Dr. Chuck Caruso, English faculty, presents at several conferences across the country in 2014 in a relatively new area for academia - video game theory.

Alex Craghead Published in Journal

Alexander B. Craghead, communications studies alum, published an essay in Boom: A Journal of California titled Amenities, Not Enemies: The Once and Future San Francisco in July 2014.

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