Dr. Jim Davis, human sciences faculty, presented workshops on senior policy and advocacy at the Aging in America conference in San Diego in March 2014.
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.