Graduate Programs in Nonprofit Management

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  1. airtorn

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    I was looking for a thread like this one. I got into Rutgers MSW which is too expensive for me and have a small baby and his daycare etc would add up. The total cost wouod have come up to $45,000 in state tuition and no scholarships as I do not have a Green card or citizenship.

    Well I found out through this forum that any MSW would cost me around that much or little less because of extra hours required for an MSW.

    I am now looking for online (or hybrid around NY/NJ ) non profit management.

    My main problem is cost. If anyone could let me know the lowest programs you know about please let me know.
     
  3. Jonathan Whatley

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    Fielding Graduate University
    Nonprofit Leadership Certificate
    Graduate. 2 courses x 4 semester hours = 8 total; credits will apply toward Fielding's MA in Organizational Development and Leadership.
     
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  10. Brad Smith

    Brad Smith New Member

    International Non-profit Management

    From what I've seen, many of the programs listed above are great programs for non-profit management executives operating in USA 501c3 entities. However, leading multi-national Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), relief, development and/or advocacy organizations will need different skills that focus less on the US legal and management environment and more on cross-cultural connections, financial and legal issues. Even US non-profit organizations who have a large number of programs outside of the US will need a different focus.
    Bakke Graduate University Bakke Graduate University | A Global Experience has an MBA that focuses on international connections and multi-national NGO issues. It also has a Doctor of Transformational Leadership (DTL) which is a doctoral level degree in international NGO leadership. It has faculty, students and alumni is over 50 countries so it can help build connections, especially in Asia, Africa, Central America, and the Caribbean. Sort of a niche but might be important to now about for non-profit leaders who want to lead in that niche.
     
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    This program is meant to organize professionals for positions of management and leadership in non–profit organizations operating to rising social and economic conditions. each in–class and extracurricular activities stress student awareness of and participation in social services that form and serve the general public interests in these areas. The programme covers numerous forms of non–profit and non–governmental organizations (NGOs), in addition as their varied objectives and functions, together with community-based organizing, outreach, and support.

    NGOs play an important role in shaping public policy. The IPPAM programme has relevancy to organizations operating toward the subsequent goals:

    community participation
    grassroots economic development
    women’s rights, family and kid well–being
    urban renewal
    educational reform
    environmental protection
    international cooperation
    good governance
     
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  19. Jonathan Whatley

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    Texas Tech University
    Graduate Certificate in Charitable Financial Planning
    12 semester hours, online. Intended "for those who wish to develop a specialty in the area of planned giving, including complex techniques involving private foundations, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, donor advised funds, life insurance, and remainder interests. Students also will review and discuss the latest academic research on charitable giving motivations and fundraising strategies."
     
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