Top Schools for Non Profit Management Jobs

2 04 2009

There are many things to consider when you’re preparing for non profit management jobs.

Students who are interested in becoming a nonprofit manager can usually earn an undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral degree. The type of degree you need will depend on the type of work you want to do as well as the employer for whom you want to work.

Most nonprofit management degree programs focus on business, management, and administration. Many schools offer different nonprofit specializations, such as nonprofit finance, nonprofit human resources, nonprofit taxation, and nonprofit leadership.

Once you’ve decided the type of degree you want to earn, consider the other things each school has to offer. Everything from extra curricular activities to internship connections can play an important role in your future success.

According to, the top 20 schools that offer nonprofit management degrees are:

  1. Arizona State University
  2. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  3. University of Central Florida
  4. University of Georgia
  5. University of Maryland-University College
  6. University of Southern California
  7. Virginia Commonwealth University
  8. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  9. University of Iowa
  10. Georgia State University
  11. East Carolina University
  12. Florida Atlantic University
  13. Northeastern University
  14. George Washington University
  15. Western Michigan University
  16. University of Pennsylvania
  17. Columbia University in the City of New York
  18. Northern Arizona University
  19. Eastern Michigan University
  20. University of Oregon



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