You have a passion. Now pair it with power. Learn how to manage all aspects of nonprofits and other publicly engaged organizations — from people to assets to funding to public relations.
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This is more than just an advanced degree. The Strayer master of public administration degree enables you to channel your energy for your cause into effective, skilled action, whether that means working for citizens, providing aid at home or abroad or connecting resources to improve people’s lives.
A Strayer MPA prepares you to take a leadership role in government and nonprofit agencies, NGOs, lobbying and consulting firms, or activist organizations. You’ll get to explore social, economic and political frameworks and learn the ways in which your skills can help position your organization to make the biggest difference.
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