The nonprofit management concentration consists of fifteen credit hours within the MPA curriculum. Students must fulfill the following requirements: 12 months of full-time continuous employment in a government agency, nonprofit organization, or appropriate business organization (or be currently enrolled in another graduate program). This requirement can be waived for students who already have a Master's degree.
1-Students are required to take the following two courses:
- MPAD 6311 Introduction to Nonprofit Management (3)
- MPAD 6324 Financial Analysis for Nonprofit Organizations (3)
2-Students must complete two of the following courses:
- MPAD 6142 Grant Writing and Reporting (3)
- MPAD 6310 Foundations of the Nonprofit Sector (3)
- MPAD 6312 Fundraising (3)
- MPAD 6314 Marketing for Arts & Nonprofit Organizations (3)
- MPAD 6316 Introduction to Arts Administration (3)
- MPAD 6318 Arts Administration II (3)
- MPAD 6327 Internal Capacity Building in Nonprofit Organizations (3)
- MPAD 6329 Nonprofit Organizations and their Environment (3)
- MPAD 6330 Program Evaluation for the Public & Nonprofit Sectors (3)
- MPAD 6332 Project Management (3)
3-Students must complete an additional three credit hours of MPAD electives.
Appropriate non-MPAD courses may be taken within this concentration upon approval of the student’s advisor and the MPA Director.