Seattle University among top 40 Master’s Degrees in Nonprofit Management

Written by Karen L. Bystrom
November 29, 2017

Logo for 2017 Best Nonprofit Management MastersSeattle University’s Nonprofit Leadership and Institute for Public Service have together earned a place among College Choices recommendations for the top 40 Master’s Degrees in Nonprofit Management.

The Nonprofit Leadership program offers the two-year Masters in Nonprofit Leadership,one of the first graduate degrees in the country developed specifically for nonprofit leaders. Also available is the nine-month Graduate Certificate in Fundraising Leadership.

The Institute for Public Service’s Master of Public Administration (MPA) offers students the opportunity to choose a nonprofit area of emphasis.  Students may also choose the Public Administration and Law Joint degree program. A one-year Certificate in Public Administration is also available.

All of Seattle University’s graduate programs prepare students to address the ongoing challenges of their communities and organizations and to become leaders for a more just and humane world.

From the College Choice website: “(We want) to help you navigate the growing number of graduate degrees offered in the field of nonprofit studies. To that end, with reference to resources like U.S. News & World Report, Payscale.com, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and school websites, we’ve considered various factors including program and school reputation, tuition, and forecasted salary to compile a list of the forty best Master of Nonprofit Management degree programs. In case you’re interested in assessing online colleges generally, we’ve created a ranking of the best ones in the country.”

Seattle University Albers School of Business and Economics' Executive MBA was also recognized among the top 30 executive MBA degrees by College Choice.