Glasscock School SUSANNE M. of CONTINUING STUDIES
Your Mission. Your Career.
Develop Professional Skills
to Enhance Our World
The Kellogg School of
Management’s Center for
Nonprofit Management provides
outstanding academic programs
taught by top Kellogg faculty
to help nonprofit practitioners
hone their skills, develop new
competencies and take their
enterprises to greater success.
4;Explore administration issues that are unique to nonprofit organizations
4;Build a critical understanding of effective development principles and practices
4 Advance or redirect your career by expanding your nonprofit administration skills
in finance, marketing, fundraising and grantsmanship
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The Stephens Master in
Online Professional Certificate
in Nonprofit Administration
Strategic and Program Planning
Grantwriting and Fundraising
Board and Volunteer Management
at the University of Central Florida
Available completely online
and now nationally ranked by
U.S. News and World Report:
• Master of Nonprofit
• Graduate Certificate in
Master of Public Administration
Earn a specialized degree designed for the
advanced, mid-career professional
(with focus on executive leadership in the
public, nonprofit and health care sectors)
from one of the top-ranked schools of
management in the nation.
School of Public Administration
Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management
Complete your Master of Nonprofit Management
at the University of Oregon
• Two-year degree strongly focused on skills for leadership of ground-breaking,
fearless nonprofit and philanthropic endeavor.
• Coursework is intensely practical, requiring students to practice
administrative skills throughout the degree program.
• Particular strengths at UO include environmental studies, arts management,
community development and philanthropy. Many concurrent degree options
Admission is limited; apply by February 1, 2013 (GRE scores required).
Please visit us at http://pppm.uoregon.edu.
Contact: Professor Laura Leete, firstname.lastname@example.org or
Professor Renee Irvin, email@example.com, Co-Directors.