Help your community by strengthening your ability to develop strategic, innovative, and cooperative solutions to societal problems. Unlike programs that focus exclusively on a business approach to nonprofit management, Capella's Master of Nonprofit Management and Leadership addresses leadership challenges and strategies specific to nonprofit organizations, including organizational and community collaboration, programming with a cultural context, and global non-government organization (NGO) perspectives. It was designed around industry standards for nonprofit management education, including the graduate curriculum guidelines established by the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC). Simulations, group problem-solving, and real-time coaching sessions are used to strengthen the collaboration and communication skills needed by nonprofit leaders. Convenient electronic textbooks are available for most courses, which lowers costs and provides immediate access to course materials. People who choose this degree are often pursuing nonprofit leadership positions, may wish to start their own nonprofit organization, or are considering a career change into the nonprofit sector.
With your Masters in Nonprofit Management and Leadership (MNML) from Capella, you'll analyze the interconnectedness of the sectors of society from an historical, theoretical, economic, political and practical perspective to understand how nonprofits contribute to local, national and global society. You'll also lead the development and enhancement of collaborative relationships between government, business, religion and nonprofits entities in order to create a more socially just, equitable and vibrant world.
Common jobs with an online Masters in Nonprofit Management and Leadership (MNML) include chief development officer, director of community engagement, director of training, faculty at a college or university, fundraising/development manager, planned-giving or major-gifts officer, or program director. Potential workplaces include: charitable organization, civic/community organization, foundation, nonprofit organization or religious organization.
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