Dr. Jim Davis, human sciences faculty, traveled to Washington, D.C. in June 2014 to share Oregon's efforts to combat mental health issues and addiction in seniors with the National Coalition on Mental Health and Aging.
MA in Interdisciplinary Studies
51-55 quarter credits
Foundation Courses - 9 credits
Choose two or more of the following:
Community: Theory & Practice
Science, Ethics & Public Policy
Art & Cultural Transformation
Ways of Knowing: Studies in Literature & Spirituality
Concentration Seminars - 18 credits
Electives - 9 credits
Electives can be any MAIS seminar that is not part of student's required courses.
Thesis Courses - 15 - 19 credits
Presentation of thesis at Thesis Presentation Day
Two bound and signed copies & CD copy delivered to department chair
Please see current Marylhurst University Catalog for complete information.