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Top Online Master of Nonprofit Management Degrees
Managing a non-profit entity — whether it be a charitable organization, school, association, foundation, or endowment — will generally require at least a master's degree (MS, MBA, or MPA) in nonprofit management. The schools listed below all offer accredited online masters in nonprofit management degrees.
University of the Rockies offers a Master of Arts in Human Services with a Not-for-Profit Management specialization. This program equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary for managing a not-for-profit organization, including maintaining budgets, overseeing daily operations, and managing employees.
Prepare for the competitive job market with an undergraduate degree from regionally accredited New England College. A private college rooted in a strong liberal arts foundation, NEC offers three undergraduate degrees 100% online.
An MBA with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from Marylhurst University helps you develop confidence in your business leadership skills and build a strong foundation you’ll need to succeed in your career.