Master of Community and Regional Planning
The master's program in community and regional planning (MCRP) trains policy-oriented planners for leadership positions in the public, nonprofit and private sector. The program differs from public policy programs primarily in its focus on spatial issues including but not limited to building form and land use. The program is ideal for students seeking a challenging education with an emphasis on both the long-term principles and practical skills necessary for a professional career.
Master of Public Administration
The Master of Public Administration (MPA) at the University of Oregon is a rigorous two-year program for people seeking training for careers addressing the critical social, economic, and environmental issues of our time. The curriculum is designed to provide a combination of academic theory, analytic skills, and real world applications so that students become effective and creative leaders in public service.
Master of Nonprofit Management
The Master of Nonprofit Management program emphasizes a skills based curriculum and requires experiential, project-based and service learning components to graduate, allowing graduates to assume positions of leadership upon graduation and ensuring that graduates have real world experience in nonprofit administration.
The Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management
The objective of the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management is to prepare students by education, outlook, and commitment for leadership positions in nonprofit organizations. The course of study is designed to develop the skills necessary to manage, lead, and conduct effective organizational change.
This program is currently not accepting applications.
This page updated May 25, 2017