Curriculum from the Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership supports a
range of academic offerings to meet the needs of students seeking advanced education
relevant to nonprofit leadership. IPNL connects community groups to opportunities
for student learning through internships, service-learning projects, and engaged classroom
American Humanics Nonprofit Management Certificate – a nationally recognized credential that is ideal for pre-service students. The
certificate has both undergraduate and graduate tracks and includes classroom instruction,
leadership activities, and a national conference experience to prepare students for
careers in the nonprofit field.
Graduate Certificate in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership – an academic certificate from the Division of Public and Nonprofit Administration.
The 15-credit hours are available both online and on-campus. This certificate is
ideal for mid-career professionals wanting to enhance current knowledge and skills,
as well as seek career advancement.
Master of Public Administration, Nonprofit Administration Concentration - a 39-hour graduate degree program that includes a specific course of study in nonprofit
administration. The MPA is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools
of Public Affairs and Administration.