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United Way Senior Fellows

The United Way NYC Senior Fellows Program is a component of the UWNYC's Nonprofit Leadership Development Institute. Presented in partnership with Baruch College School of Public Affairs, the Senior Fellows Program helps high performing nonprofit professionals with five or more years of experience in the sector develop the skills necessary for advancement to the executive level. Throughout the one-year academic program, participants are granted a total of 12 credits towards a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree. Senior Fellows take convenient evening classes twice a week during the Spring and Fall semesters.

In addition to participating in classes, participants will have the opportunity to do a consulting project for a New York City-based nonprofit, be introduced to a wide spectrum of the most recent literature on nonprofit management and analyze case studies.

For more information about the UWNYC Senior Fellows Program, visit their website at www.unitedwaynyc.org


Required Courses Credits
PAF 9140 - Budgeting, Accounting, and Financial Analysis 3
PAF 9120 - Management I, Public and Not-for-Profit Sectors 3

 

Elective Courses Credits
PAF 9153 - Budgeting and Finance for Nonprofits 3
PAF 9151 - Administration of Not-for-Profit and Voluntary Agencies 3
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