Bay Path University
588 Longmeadow Street
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 01106
Phone: 800-782-7284, ext. 1332
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Our accredited graduate programs are geared towards busy, working adults. Whether you take classes on campus or online you'll learn with professionals from diverse companies, industries, and academic institutions.

Visit to learn more about our graduate programs, or to register to attend an on-campus information session or participate in a webinar.

The New School
72 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10011
Phone: 800-292-3040
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This professional master's program offers valuable real-world engagement for innovators leading organizations with purpose. Our students are managing to change the world.

Our program in Nonprofit Management has abundant opportunities to tailor your unique professional goals with our family of integrated programs at The New School within and beyond Milano.

Northeastern University College of Professional Studies
50 Nightingale Hall
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115-9959
Phone: 877-668-7727
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Strong leadership takes vision. Look ahead and get ahead. Our programs are built for the real world. Taught by professionals. And put into practice. Learn more about our graduate degrees & certificates.

Northwestern University Center for Nonprofit Management
Kellogg School of Management

2001 Sheridan Road
Evanston, Illinois 60202
Phone: 988-501-6731
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The Kellogg School Center for Nonprofit Management provides outstanding academic programs for nonprofit practitioners to hone their skills and to develop additional competencies to take their organizations to even greater success. These programs are directed at senior managers—executives who have direct impact on the goals of the organizations.

Learn Today. Lead Tomorrow.

University of Richmond Institute on Philanthropy
School of Professional & Continuing Studies
28 Westhampton Way
Richmond, Virginia 23173
Phone: 804-287-1290
Fax: 804-289-8138
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The Institute on Philanthropy (IOP) at the University of Richmond seeks to strengthen the community by educating nonprofit professionals, volunteers, donors and community leaders in ethical and effective fundraising, marketing and board development strategies. We design our classes to meet the needs of a variety of nonprofit audiences.

Our programs offer career-enhancing skills and information on cutting edge topics and new trends. More importantly, our programs offer return on your investment with program deliverables, among which are development campaigns, marketing plans and more.

Stanford Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders
Stanford Graduate School of Business

655 Knight Way
Stanford, California 94305
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Taught by the same faculty who teach in the School’s MBA program, this 10-day program at Stanford University spans business and leadership concepts, integrates conceptual knowledge with participants’ own experiences and offers the opportunity to build relationships with a cohort of other nonprofit leaders.