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Guide to the Graduate School of Nonprofit Management records, Academic Departments and Schools, American Jewish University Archives (Institutional Records)
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Box 21, Folders 11-12

Subseries: 5.19:
Graduate School of Nonprofit Management ca. 2000-2014

Physical Description: 2 Folders (Box 21)
Physical Location: Related Materials: For materials on the Not-For-Profit Management Degree (1989-1999), see Box 17.

Physical Location: Related Materials: For materials on the David Lieber School of Graduate Studies (1978-), see Box 17.

Physical Location: Related Materials: For materials on the David Lieber Graduate Division (ca. 2010-), see the William and Freda Fingerhut School of Education, Graduate Center for Education and the MBA in Nonprofit Management Program.

Scope and Content Note

The records in this series contain materials related to the Graduate School of Nonprofit Management (2000-). Subseries include the MBA in Nonprofit Management Program.

Biography/Organization History

Historical Note: Established in 1986, the Graduate School of Nonprofit Management is home to the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Arts (MA) programs in Nonprofit Management. It is the only campus-based school on the West Coast that offers an MBA program focusing solely on nonprofit management. With organizational management and leadership at its forefront, the programs offer both fulltime and part-time opportunities. The 58-unit MBA program can be completed in two years based upon fulltime attendance. The School also offers a Master of Arts in Jewish Communal Studies (MAJCS) for those desiring positions with communal organizations and institutions throughout the Jewish community. The MBA program is non-sectarian and designed to meet the needs of working professionals, with all courses taught in the early evening and at night. Our curriculum is practicum based with immediate application to the students’ work setting. The alumni have achieved recognition in many sectors of the nonprofit world, proudly representing social service, education, religion, health, culture, and philanthropy at institutions of the highest caliber.
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21, folder 11-12

1.  MBA in Nonprofit Management Program ca. 2000-2014

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21, folder 11

A.  Promotional Materials ca. 2000-2014

Scope and Content Note

Includes brochures, folders, stationery, and postcards.
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21, folder 12

B.  Lost Boys & Girls of Sudan 2005