Social Change Leadership Curriculum at Marylhurst
Marylhurst University’s MA in Interdisciplinary Studies is a low-residency master’s degree program that prepares students to better understand and engage our social world so that they can be effective thought leaders, problem solvers, inquirers, and change agents.
As a student, you will develop the knowledge, skills, and experiences necessary to advance your unique educational and professional goals through project-based learning. This graduate degree will enhance your critical and strategic thinking capacities, develop your theoretical and practical knowledge about equity and social justice, and introduce project management, leadership, communication and advocacy strategies for change.
NEXT OPPORTUNITY TO START
- Fall Term 2018
- Application priority date: April 30, 2018
- No GMAT required for admissions
Webinar: Learning to Lead Positive Social Change in the World
April 4 | 12:00 – 12:30 p.m
As a graduate, your marketable skills will prepare you to engage in social change-related work through non-profits and other socially-conscious organizations. You’ll also be well positioned for further advanced study.
Sample job titles may include:
Community Engagement Specialist or Director
Social Responsibility and Engagement Coordinator
Marylhurst Speaker Series
Marylhurst calls on our community to be voices for change. We’ll show how application of a liberal arts education to the real world results in real change and our speakers will address issues around global immigration, racism and sexism, power and privilege, higher education reform, world hunger, and more.
The Marylhurst Speaker Series is hosted by Marylhurst University’s Department of Interdisciplinary and Applied Liberal Arts.
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