Nonprofit Management Overview
|Program Name||Master of Science in Nonprofit Management|
|College Name||College of Professional Studies|
|Entry Terms||Winter: January 11, 2016
Spring: April 11, 2016
|Credits Required for Graduation||45 Quarter Hours|
|Application||Apply | View Admissions Requirements|
|Download Program Overview||Master of Science in Nonprofit Management (PDF)|
|Visit the College of Professional Studies webpage
In 2016, the Seattle graduate campus will offer this program in hybrid and online format. Learn more about hybrid learning.
Designed for individuals who wish to pursue a management or leadership position in the nonprofit sector, the Master of Science in Nonprofit Management offers a comprehensive perspective on the social, legal, cultural, and organizational issues that impact today’s nonprofit organizations.
Integrating theoretical approaches with practical application, the program’s core curriculum covers areas such as nonprofit law, finance, fundraising, human resources, and grant and report writing. Complementing the core courses are degree concentrations in areas such as global studies, human services, leadership, organizational communication, project management, social media, and sports, allowing you to connect your studies with personal and career learning objectives.
Faculty Insight: Rick Arrowood, associate teaching professor:
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The Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management focuses on developing skills in organizational management, financial management, fundraising, grant and report writing, human resources management, and governance. The program integrates theoretical approaches with practical application to prepare students for positions in either small or large nonprofit organizations. The program targets individuals who work in the non-profit sector as executive directors, managers, program staff, board members, and volunteers. Learn More