Further your cause, and your career, with a degree in nonprofit management. At the UCF School of Public Administration, we offer undergraduate and graduate programs that provide you with the tools you need to develop and manage a nonprofit organization. We also offer a Graduate Certificate in Fundraising, which complements the knowledge and skills acquired in the Master of Nonprofit Management. Graduates of these programs have gone to create their own nonprofits or to manage development, community outreach or marketing for a nonprofit.
- Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Nonprofit Management – Students can choose to pursue a B.A. or a B.S. in nonprofit management, which provides a foundation in the nonprofit sector, volunteer and board management, leadership and ethical decision making. Upon graduation, students will be eligible to sit for the Certified Nonprofit Professional credential.
- Minor in Nonprofit Management – The minor allows students to explore the field of nonprofit management, and it also provides an opportunity to earn a certification from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.
- Master of Nonprofit Management – The 36-credit-hour MNM program equips students with the leadership skills and program evaluation techniques needed for successful careers in nonprofit management.
- Dual MPA/MNM degree – Students who are interested in both public administration and nonprofit management may pursue the dual degree, through which they will earn two degrees in 54 credit hours.
- Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management – The 18-credit-hour online graduate certificate offers specialized, graduate-level knowledge in nonprofit management, resource development, strategic planning, volunteerism and program evaluation.
- Graduate Certificate in Fundraising – The 18-credit-hour online fundraising certificate is intended to meet the needs of individuals seeking a focused experience in order to prepare for or advance their careers in fundraising and development.