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Master of Arts in Non-Profit Management (MANPM)

Online Degree Program

The Master of Arts in Non-Profit Management is a multidisciplinary program that prepares recent college graduates as well as mid- and senior-level administrators to manage and lead non-profit organizations of all types. The program focuses on these skills:

  • Evaluation, assessment and strategic planning
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Program management
  • Fund-raising, revenue generation and grant writing
  • Human resources
  • Marketing and social media
  • Law and ethics
  • Leadership, board development and team building

Designed by the leaders of Houston’s most prominent nonprofit organizations and UHD faculty, the MANPM program focuses on experiential learning and team building. Every course presents opportunities for students to get hands-on experience practicing learned skills.

Students can complete a graduate degree in non-profit management completely online at UHD. Online courses accommodate the schedules of students who work full-time. Traditional face-to-face courses may be introduced later, dependent on student demand.

Applications for 2015

The review of application materials for the 2015 semester begins:

  • May 15, 2015 for fall 2015

College of Humanities & Social Sciences Graduate Handbook

Graduate Director
David Branham, Ph.D.
Room: N-1077

Photograph of MA NPM student, Nikole Amaya

This program has helped me channel my passion for serving and improving my community. - Nikole Amaya, MA NPM student class of 2015

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