Master's Degree in NPO in Wheaton-Glenmont in USA

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NPO

A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

An NPO typically works to aid countries and communities that are struggling to survive because of floods, famine, disease or war, or because of a lack of amenities such as education and healthcare. NPO students learn how to work with various cultures to provide appropriate and necessary relief.

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Master in Public Administration (MPA) Specialization in Public and Non-Profit Management

Ana G. Méndez University System, Continental U.S. Campuses
Campus Full time September 2019 USA Orlando Miramar Tampa Wheaton Dallas + 3 more

The Master in Public and Non- Profit Management is a professional course of study for individuals pursuing careers in government, public service and non-profit organizations. Our students develop knowledge and skills in the management process in areas related to human resources; management of financial resources; organizational strategies, and the analytical techniques applied to maximizing effectiveness and efficiency in public service and in the third sector. [+]

Program Description

The Master in Public and Non- Profit Management is a professional course of study for individuals pursuing careers in government, public service and non-profit organizations. Our students develop knowledge and skills in the management process in areas related to human resources; management of financial resources; organizational strategies, and the analytical techniques applied to maximizing effectiveness and efficiency in public service and in the third sector.

The Graduate Program in Public and Non-Profit Management will offer courses in the various areas: (21 credit hours)

Management and Leadership in both sectors; Human Resources and Labor Relations Administration; Accounting and Finance; Legal and Ethical Issues, E-Government Projects, and Research Methods applied to public and non-profit sectors ... [-]