The Nonprofit Management Program prepares graduates to work in nonprofits that are addressing some of the state’s and the world’s most pressing problems. These organizations need capable and dedicated individuals that can plan programs that achieve outcomes, raise funds to sustain operations, monitor finances for ethical accountability, and support transparent governance. The Nonprofit Management Program provides opportunities for practical experience and engagement with nonprofit leaders. Upon graduation, students move into responsible positions, provide leadership within organizations and address important public problems.
The Master of Public Service and Administration (MPSA) degree program develops principled leaders for the public and nonprofit sectors, providing students the tools and knowledge they will need in order to perform effectively and ethically in a time when public servants face new and increased challenges. Students can choose a track in Nonprofit Management. Students in the Nonprofit Management track have the option to choose a concentration in Education Policy and Management (EDPM), Health Policy and Management (HPM), International Nongovernmental Organizations (INGO), and more - including the opportunity to create an Individually Designed Concentration.
The Executive Master of Public Service and Administration program is a rigorous 39 graduate credit hour, non-thesis executive degree program offered online with a total of two required weeks in residence at Texas A&M University in College Station. Executive Master of Public Service and Administration students can choose a track in Nonprofit Management.
The Certificate in Nonprofit Management prepares the next generation of leaders to be effective managers of nonprofit organizations. Now available with optional emphasis areas including fund raising and philanthropy, fiscal and performance management, and leadership and management. Choose to complete the certificate in-residence, online, or in a combined format.
By offering multiple graduate programs, students have the opportunity to complete their degree in-residence, online, or in a combined format and to choose from a number of concentrations.