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Master of Science in Nonprofit Management
Thursday, June 25, 2015 | 5:45 – 7 p.m.
Whether you’re interested in starting a career in nonprofits, or you’d like to advance an established career, Fontbonne’s Master of Science in Nonprofit Management will prepare you for success.
Our program combines essential principles and practices from the fields of business and nonprofit to create a specialized curriculum that prepares students for the major responsibilities and challenges facing professionals in this fast-growing sector. You’ll develop a solid understanding of the unique dynamics and complexities of the broad field of nonprofits.
Effective and relevant managerial skills are emphasized, as is the importance of advanced interpersonal skills to communicate and build relationships with a variety of constituents. With a significant leadership deficit predicted for nonprofits over the next decade, this comprehensive program is designed for individuals seeking to advance their career in this specialty field and for others aspiring to transition into it.
This 36-credit-hour program is offered in the evenings with some elective courses available online.
Nonprofit Management Program Highlights
- Format: The blended format will feature both online and face-to-face instruction.
- 36 credit hours (27 required credit hours with choice of nine credit hours of electives)
- Eight-week courses
- Concentrations available in Accounting, Management, Multidisciplinary Health Communication Studies, Project Management and Supply Chain Management
- Check out our Evening/Online video - hear what students and faculty have to say!
To find out more about the Master of Science in Nonprofit Management, email or call 314.863.2220.