Md. universities expanding their focus on nonprofit offerings

With the nonprofit sector emerging as the third-largest workforce in the U.S. economy, Maryland universities increasingly are offering programs to train students for careers in those fields. No university has been more aggressive in this regard than Coppin State University, the only school in the University System of Maryland that offers a bachelor's degree in nonprofit leadership. Coppin began offering ...

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