Online Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management
Arizona State University’s Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management focuses on teaching students how to create positive change in communities around the world. Expand your skill set and hone the talents needed for key leadership positions in the nonprofit world, such as fundraising and volunteer management, in this master’s in nonprofit management.
Next start date: 08/18/2022
Total classes: 11
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 33
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Who should earn a master’s in nonprofit management?
A master’s in nonprofit management provides an effective education for nonprofit sector professionals looking to advance in their careers. In this program, you’ll sharpen your abilities, develop new competencies and network with colleagues working across the full breadth of the nonprofit sector. To be successful in ASU Online’s master’s in nonprofit leadership and management program, you must be passionate about the success of nonprofit ventures.
How can a nonprofit leadership and management degree help my career?
Earning a master’s in nonprofit management can position you as a valuable and talented employee, able to positively influence the mission of an organization and the community it supports. At the same time, you’ll develop the competencies needed to move into roles that can be more personally and financially rewarding.
This degree considers a range of common nonprofit management and organizational concerns to build a well-rounded knowledge base and set of abilities. Additionally, you can select electives that tie into your specific career plans in the nonprofit world.
The master's in nonprofit management specifically benefits mid-level professionals who desire to move up in the nonprofit sector to senior leadership and management levels. This program provides an opportunity to earn an advanced degree that addresses the unique character of nonprofit organizations and the social sector. For these reasons, previous professional experience in nonprofits is required.
Does my master's in nonprofit management say 'online'?
Master’s in nonprofit management online courses
As a student, you’ll first build key knowledge in core courses that focus exclusively on nonprofit operations. Then, you’ll choose your own electives for a tailored learning experience that directly applies to your career path.
The Nonprofit Sector
Financial and Resource Management
Program Evaluation and Information Management
Strategic Human Resources Management
Volunteer Resource Management
Theory and Practice of Philanthropy
Nonprofit Organizational Behavior and Management
What can I do with a master's in nonprofit management?
A master’s in nonprofit management gives you the necessary skills to lead and advance in a nonprofit organization. You can personalize your academic experience to address a need at your current nonprofit, as well as build talents that can help you seek new roles. Career examples include, but are not limited to:
Online master’s in nonprofit leadership and management admission requirements
Applicants must fulfill the requirements of both the Graduate College and the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions.
A college dedicated to public service and positive change
The Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is a comprehensive public service college dedicated to addressing social problems through teaching, research and service. Our public service programs, from public policy, to social work, to criminal justice, to emergency management, are designed to help prepare our diverse student body to make a difference in the community.
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