The 36-hour nonprofit leadership master’s degree prepares you to be an innovative leader in the growing world of nonprofit organizations. The program strengthens your skills by emphasizing leadership instead of management.
Preparing You For Success
You learn how to guide and grow organizations through coursework that focuses on strategic planning, financial leadership, personnel development, fundraising and grant writing. Classes are scheduled in evenings so you can complete the degree while working full-time. If you work full-time for a nonprofit organization, you may be eligible for a 50 percent tuition reduction. You can finish in two years, though you’re allowed five years for completion.
Your experiences include:
A 150-hour internship with a mentor
Elective courses you can tailor to your career interests
Networking opportunities with local nonprofit leaders
Making Your Mark
The degree opens the door to careers in the diverse nonprofit sector. You’re equipped to lead community and social service agencies, colleges and universities, health care facilities, faith-based organizations, charities and philanthropic foundations.
The program's talented alumni speak about the value their Master's degree brought to their professional careers.