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MASTER OF NONPROFIT ADMINISTRATION

MASTER OF NONPROFIT ADMINISTRATION

The Master of Nonprofit Administration program will prepare candidates for leadership positions in a wide variety of nonprofit organizations. Christian servant leaders will learn core nonprofit management functions including fundraising, legal regulations, financial management, grant proposal writing, and program development.

This degree program is designed for professionals who currently work or plan to work in the nonprofit sector and desire an advanced degree that addresses the unique characteristics of nonprofit organizations.

Featured courses
  • Grant Writing in Nonprofit Organizations
  • Volunteerism in Nonprofit Management
  • Nonprofit Financial Management
  • Law & Nonprofit Management
  • Elective courses emphasizing organizational leadership
Career Opportunities
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Nonprofit Executive Director
  • Social Services Manager
  • Volunteer Coordinator
  • Camp Director
  • Fundraising Manager
Degree Benefits
  • Develop God-honoring servant leadership
  • Open doors to new career opportunities
  • Online classes are offered year-round with six start dates per year
  • Our competitive pricing makes the program feasible and affordable.
  • The Teaching & Leading Scholarship is available for those employed in full-time Christian ministry.
  • Our graduate programs are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

Interact with professors and fellow students, participate in online discussions, and experience Maranatha without leaving home.

Complete your degree in two years or less

Gain industry insight and expertise from business professionals

Please see our Graduate Reference Manual 2019-20 for further information
on this degree as well as our other graduate programs.

Program Courses

Required Courses: (23 credits)

  • MNPA 500: Graduate Success in Online Learning Seminar (0)
  • MNPA 510: Nonprofit Organizations (3)
  • MNPA 520: Volunteerism in Nonprofit Management (3)
  • MNPA 530: Nonprofit Financial Management (3)
  • MNPA 540: Grant Writing in Nonprofit Organizations (3)
  • MNPA 550: Law & Nonprofit Management (3)
  • MOL 540: Strategic Human Resource Management (3)
  • MOL 560: Organizational Ethics & Governance (3)
  • MNPA 600: Nonprofit Administration Capstone (2)

Elective Courses: (select 9 credits)

  • MOL 510: Theories and Models of Leadership (3)
  • MOL 515: Organizational Behavior (3)
  • MOL 520: Organizational Communication (3)
  • MOL 530: Strategic Leadership & Organizational Change (3)
  • MOL 575: Operations & Project Management (3)

Total Required Credits: 32

Course Schedule

Spring A 2020 (January 21-March 13)

  • MOL 510: Theories & Models of Leadership**
  • MOL 540: Strategic Human Resource Management*

Spring B 2020 (March 17-May 8)

  • MOL 520: Organizational Communication**
  • MOL 560: Organizational Ethics & Governance*

Summer A 2020 (May 12-July 3)

  • MNA 510: Nonprofit Organizations*
  • MOL 515: Theories & Models of Leadership**
  • MOL 560: Organizational Ethics & Governance*

Summer B 2020 (July 7-August 28)

  • MNPA 530: Nonprofit Financial Management*
  • MOL 530: Strategic Leadership & Organizational Change**

* required program course
** elective course

The Graduate Assistant Program allows a graduate student to complete
a master’s degree while receiving compensation.

The Teaching and Leading Scholarship is available to graduate students
employed in full-time vocational ministry.

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