Kyle Dittmer, science faculty, joined scholars and experts in a debate on the causes of climate change in October 2014.
Earn your bachelor's degree in Science from Marylhurst
Now accepting students for spring 2015. Classes start March 30.
Are you fascinated by science?
Do you want to change your part of the world?
Your future may not be in a cookie-cutter biology or physics degree. At Marylhurst, you have the space to explore multiple paths or focus your passion in one direction.
Faculty with career-field experience
Study weather with meteorologist George Miller, who wrote the book Pacific Northwest Weather. Discover swamps and bogs with Pat Willis, an award-winning wetlands educator. Explore salmon conservation with climatologist-hydrologist Kyle Dittmer. Forge your knowledge of environmental ethics with Lisa Jo Frech, executive director of Raindrops to Refuge.
Our Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Science is designed to prepare you for a variety of career paths or graduate study. Our graduates are working in the field at all levels, from management and communication to research and field studies.
Focus your studies in two concentrations
Upon completing the program, you will have developed a full appreciation of what science means to both global and local communities.