The online M.P.A. in Non-Profit Management from Seton Hall University provides the foundation you need to turn theory into practice as a leader or manager of non-profit or government organizations.
You’ll develop essential skills in social entrepreneurship, leadership and management, board staff relations, fundraising, volunteer management, and grantsmanship. In addition, you’ll develop practical management skills through a capstone practicum project or a research seminar, and graduate ready to effect positive change and improve communities.
The online M.P.A. in Non-Profit Management prepares you with the management skills and understanding of public administration you need for leadership roles in non-profit management, government, social service, higher education or health care.
You’ll graduate prepared for roles including:
- Executive director of a non-profit organization
- Program director for an N.G.O.
- Business manager of a local municipality
- Chief of staff for an elected official
- City manager
- Budget analyst
- Social and community service manager
- Statement of Purpose
- Letters of recommendation
- Official transcripts
- A bachelors degree
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