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University of San Francisco's Master of Nonprofit Administration (MNA) program was the first graduate program in nonprofit management in the United States. USF's MNA program is celebrating 28 years of service to the nonprofit sector and offers students an outstanding faculty and an exceptional community of nonprofit leaders. The program prepares nonprofit professionals for management and leadership roles in their sector drawing on the rich nonprofit community in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Designed for those with experience in nonprofit corporations, foundations, community associations, and nongovernmental organizations, the program helped students build on their success and emerge stronger and more capable of making a difference in the world.
USF's MNA program is taught on weeknights or weekends to accommodate the schedule of working nonprofit professionals. For more information, visit http://www.usfca.edu/management/mna.
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