The Master of Science degree in Nonprofit Management is awarded for successful completion of 42 credits. Students complete two core courses, six required program courses (including a capstone seminar), and six elective courses. The program can be completed
in two years of full-time study. Our classes are scheduled to accommodate working professionals, offering you the flexibility to earn the degree studying full-time or part-time.
|NURP 5001 Economics for Management and Public Policy||3|
|NURP 5013 Quantitative Methods||3|
|Making a Difference Requirement||3|
|NMGM 5013 Theory and Practice of Nonprofit Management||3|
|NMGM 5010 Management and Organizational Behavior||3|
|NMGM 5004 Fundraising and Development||3|
|NMGM 5002 Introduction to Finance for Managers||3|
|NMGM 6023 Advanced Management Seminar||3|
You can choose your six electives from graduate course offerings across The New School, opening up many possibilities for acquiring expertise in a particular area.
The Milano School strongly encourages supplementing your classroom learning with internship experiences. Internships are especially important if you have limited professional experience or you are making a career change.
You can also use your elective courses toward completing one of the university's graduate minors, which provide a structured, accessible way to complement your primary course of study with with
fresh ways of thinking. Your graduate minor is officially recorded on your transcript.
The Milano School offers graduate certificate programs for professionals with bachelor's degrees who would like to enhance their credentials or take their careers in a new direction. It may be possible to earn a graduate certificate in Leadership and Change,
Organizational Development, or Sustainability Strategies concurrently with the MS in Nonprofit Management program.