| ACADEMICS | Graduate School | Graduate Programs | Master of Science in Nonprofit Management
Admission Requirements:In addition to the Graduate School's general admissions requirements, applicants to the Nonprofit Management program are selected on the basis of established experience in the nonprofit and public sectors as well as their career goals as articulated in their application essays.
The program has the following convenient features:
Elective CoursesStudents may choose any two electives offered in the program. They may also choose to do an Independent Study and/or an internship. The Independent Study and the Internship count as elective credits. Only one Independent Study may be taken during the student’s program of study. All electives, the Independent Study, and the Internship are 3 credits each.Thesis ProjectNM 990: Action Research (3 credits), NM 980: Thesis I (1 credit), and NM 981: Thesis II (4 credits) constitute the Nonprofit Management program’s master’s thesis project. Students may take Action Research after completing 5 core courses. Thesis I must be taken concurrently with Action Research. Thesis II is taken after the successful completion of Action Research and Thesis I.