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Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) - Nonprofit Management and Leadership

Walden University



With the growing dependency that nongovernmental agency are beginning to have on the government, there is a growing need for individuals who understand the methods of management in public service. For this reason, Walden University has created their Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) - Nonprofit Management and Leadership degree program.

The online nonprofit classes in this MPA program will coverer a number of topics, such as:

  • Introduction to Public Administration
  • Ethics and Social Justice
  • Organizational Management and Leadership
  • Finance and Budgeting for the Public Sector
  • Human Resource Management: Building a Capable Workforce
  • Public Sector Economics
  • Strategic Planning: Collaboration, Cooperation, and Coordination
  • Public Policy Analysis
  • Applied Research and Evaluation Methods
  • Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
  • Board Governance and Volunteer Management

This online MPA program has been designed to enable its students with the expert knowledge of how to work with government agencies that is needed to succeed within a public or nonprofit organization.

While in this online MPA program, students will also study international themes and concepts as a method of expanding their perceptive of public service.

This online nonprofit management program offers students a flexible option for developing the advanced knowledge that is needed for meeting the growing demand for those professionals who are able to succeed within the public sector, and for translating public policies into effective programs and projects.

Graduates of this online MPA in nonprofit management program will be qualified to meet the growing demand for individuals who are able to lead within any public agency or public policy organization.

All applicants must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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