Build a Brighter Future With a Master’s in Nonprofit Management
As one of the fastest-growing fields in the nation, nonprofit work provides opportunities to make an impact — from international work to the local community. Take bold steps toward a better future for everyone by confronting some of society’s greatest issues and advocating for a number of causes.
A Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM) equips students with the skills necessary to understand and manage all components of nonprofit organizations — preparing them for employment or to advance their career in a leadership role. Throughout the program, delve into volunteerism, resource management, grant management, ethics, program evaluation and more. Through service learning, students take skills from the classroom and apply them to the real world, all while building community partnerships and a professional network. Students can also choose to stand out among their peers by earning the National Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Certification, recognizing their achievements and standards in nonprofit management.
Nonprofit Management (MNM), Public Administration (MPA) Dual Track
For students interested in an MNM and MPA, this track provides a pathway to earn both degrees simultaneously. An additional 18 credit hours outside of the MNM program, courses cover research, theory, policy and organizational administration to prepare future public service organizational leaders. The courses included in the MPA track can also be completed either fully online or at UCF’s downtown campus.
Program and Industry Highlights
First standalone nonprofit program accredited by NASPAA
Ninth best in the nation by the 2021 U.S. News & World Report graduate school rankings
Project job growth for social and community service managers through 2028
Median Pay for Management