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M.A. in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in Not-for-Profit Management

Online Degree

The Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership, offered exclusively online with no on-campus residency requirement, teaches key organizational leadership elements such as ethics, motivation, creativity, vision, strategic planning, teamwork, group development, technology and organizational development. You will practice solving problems through collaboration, communicating effectively in actual leadership situations, and conducting research and presenting findings on contemporary issues. Through the concentration in Not-for-Profit Management, you will gain essential knowledge, leadership skills, and spiritual wisdom to succeed in nonprofit professional organizations and their unique environment.

  • Explore board-staff relations, recruiting and motivating volunteers, accountability, organizing for and managing growth, and strategies to respond to changes in various settings.
  • Examine fundraising, including determining sources of support, planning the campaign, and successful strategies; marketing ministries; and management issues.
  • Study some of the most pressing issues in your field of interest in a highly practical and applied nature.

Career Opportunities:

  • Nonprofit or Corporate Administration
  • Recruiting & Training
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Team Building
  • Missions

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