A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
The study of administration usually includes business-centric subjects like finance, communication and marketing. This academic study aims to prepare students for work in business either in a leadership role or as part of a team.
The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.
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Navigate the intersection of the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Translate theory into practice and begin implementing policy that supports your community. [+]
Navigate the intersection of the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Translate theory into practice and begin implementing policy that supports your community.
Our MPA program prioritizes hands-on experience that prepares you to address the public interest through the collection and analysis of evidence essential for implementing public service strategies.
A flexible class schedule helps working professionals balance their busy lives, while small class sizes promote one-on-one attention and deeper relationship building.About the Master of Public Administration Program Typical program length is 21 months with 38 units. Classes offered on Saturday. Preferred but not required - two years of professional work experience, including internships. A wide range of scholarship and financial aid options. Classes begin each fall at the USF Downtown San Francisco campus. Also offered in fall, spring and summer, 100% online. Accredited by NASPAA, the foremost membership organization of graduate programs in public administration, public policy, public affairs, and public & nonprofit management in the US and around the world. Ranked among the Best Public Affairs Programs by the U.S. News & World Report. A Health Services Administration concentration offers students a specialized public management degree designed for a career in the U.S. healthcare system. The MPA program is also offered 100% online. ... [-]
Develop a deeper understanding of nonprofit management as you investigate the political, economic, legal and social environments of nonprofit organizations. [+]
Earn a 12-month, specialized Master of Nonprofit Administration degree in the dynamic setting of downtown San Francisco.
The Master of Nonprofit Administration (MNA) at University of San Francisco’s School of Management prepares nonprofit professionals to leadership and managerial positions in the nonprofit and social sector. In line with the University’s motto change the world from here the MNA program promotes competent nonprofit leaders and effective managers for innovative, strategic and systemic solutions to make the world a better place. Its carefully designed curriculum and embedded experiential learning enhance managerial competencies and leadership capacity in the area of:... [-]
The Middlebury Institute Master of Public Administration (MPA) is designed for those who want to make a difference in confronting critical social problems, including hunger, poverty, disease, joblessness, and powerlessness. [+]
The Middlebury Institute Master of Public Administration (MPA) is designed for those who want to make a difference in confronting critical social problems, including hunger, poverty, disease, joblessness, and powerlessness. Through hands-on experience, applied learning, practical tools, and community support, this program prepares graduates to be effective leaders and managers in international development for social change organizations, NGOs, nonprofits and government agencies around the world. The four-semester 60-credit program includes core coursework and optional areas of concentration, as well as courses taught in a student’s chosen language of study and a professional practicum.... [-]
The Master of Human Resource Management degree program will help prepare you to provide a strategic staffing vision across multiple disciplines in the business environment and help you be able to assess and respond to your company's business goals to ensure that your most valuable asset - your people - are available, capable and effective. [+]
The Master of Human Resource Management degree program will help prepare you to provide a strategic staffing vision across multiple disciplines in the business environment and help you be able to assess and respond to your company's business goals to ensure that your most valuable asset - your people - are available, capable and effective. We are continually evolving our curriculum to ensure that the Master's in Human Resource Management program is aligned with the current HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates of the Society for Human Resource Management.
The Master of Human Resource Management degree program is available in the following locations:Chicago Loop (Chicago, IL) Pomona (Los Angeles, CA) ... [-]
The Master of Human Resources Management requires the completion of a minimum of 36 units which consist of a mixture of guided instruction and guided instruction/lab formats. [+]
By pursuing a Master of Human Resources Management Degree, the skills you have acquired in a specific field are recognized as pre-requisites for this advanced professional degree. Your prior knowledge and experience are enhanced by graduate studies which focus on your chosen profession.
The Master of Human Resources Management requires the completion of a minimum of 36 units which consist of a mixture of guided instruction and guided instruction/lab formats. Laboratory coursework is completed through practical business experience. Students complete a Professional Core and then select a Professional Focus as a course of study.
Each course is completed in 15 weeks, requiring contact with faculty, or a mutually approved and arranged equivalent. Students must own or have access to a computer. Each course requires the completion of both developmental and evaluative assignments. Completion of the developmental assignment must demonstrate a commitment to the acquisition of knowledge and skills within the course area, to the satisfaction of the faculty. Completion of the evaluative assignment must demonstrate mastery of all course material to the satisfaction of faculty, whose evaluation is expressed in the assignment of a final course grade. Specified in the outline for each course: Developmental and evaluative assignments, faculty contact, guided instruction, and laboratory and developmental components.... [-]