For those who’ve dreamed of making a difference as a nonprofit leader, University College’s Nonprofit Leadership program offers a powerful skillset, now backed by an elite accreditation.
To help lead with impact in nonprofit organizations, it helps to understand the complexities of the field. Nonprofit organizations make up a diverse and powerful sector, accounting for 5.6 percent of the United States’ gross domestic product and employing 10% of the U.S. workforce.
The Nonprofit Leadership master’s degree delivers knowledge and skills that can empower you to advance your organization. And now the program now has received an accreditation that reflects its exceptional quality.
University College’s Master of Nonprofit Leadership program has been officially accredited by the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC). The NACC is an international association focused on the study of nonprofit/nongovernmental organizations, voluntary action, and philanthropy.
Of the 57 NACC member institutions, DU’s program is the 13th accredited graduate program in the nonprofit and philanthropic sector.
This accreditation acknowledges that DU program’s curriculum reflects “the best thinking of our day” and represents a “nonprofit/philanthropy-first philosophy and perspective.”
With this recognition, students can be assured they’re acquiring skills and gaining knowledge to advance an organization’s mission and deepen its impact.
Instructors in the program are nonprofit experts and leaders themselves, and infuse real-world insights and successful strategies into their teaching.
The program allows each student to dig deep into the areas that interest them, with master’s degree and certificate concentrations in:
A relevant, project-based curriculum allows students to immediately apply what they learn in their work and community.
To position yourself to make a bigger difference in your organization, explore all the offerings in the Nonprofit Management program at UniversityCollege.DU.edu/NFP.