EDLR: Public/Non-Profit Leadership

This concentration, offered in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences, is aimed at leadersseeking options to strengthen their skills in public agency management, policy development and analysis, or for those whose work contributes to the efforts of nonprofit organizations engaged in issues of social justice and global change.

Educational Leadership Core Requirements (66 credits):

  • EDLR 6000: Orientation to Leadership
  • EDLR 6210, 6220, 6230: Leader as Self I, II, III
  • EDLR 6160: Social Inquiry Methods
  • EDLR 6050: Empowering Leaders for Social Justice
  • EDLR 6310, 6320, 6330: Leader in Organizations I, II, III
  • EDLR 6170: Quantitative Inquiry Methods
  • EDLR 6180: Qualitative Inquiry Methods
  • EDLR 6190: Participatory Approaches to Social Inquiry
  • EDLR 6410, 6420, 6430: Leader in Global World I, II, III
  • EDLR 6510, 6520, 6530: Thematic Dissertation in Leadership Practive (TDiLP) I, II, III

Concentration Requirements (24 credits):

  • NPLR 5150 or PUBM 5860: Non-profit Policy & Advocacy / Policy Formation & Implementation 
  • NPLR 5370 or PUBM 5880: Boards & Volunteers / Non-Profit Governance
  • NPLR 5360 or  PUBM 5300: Financial Management 
  • NPLR 5430: Fundraising I
  • NPLR 5380 or PUBM 5220: Leading Staff / HR Management
  • NPLR 5400 or PUBM 5930: Program Evaluation
  • NPLR 5410 or PUBM 5120: Nonprofit Policy & Advocacy / Policy Formation and Implementation
  • NPLR 5930 or Elective: Fundraising II or Elective
  • PUBM 5820 or Elective: Non-Profit Law or Elective
  • Elective