Penn's School of Social Policy & Practice offers a masters degree in the Leadership of Nonprofits Organizations. This degree can be completed either full-time or part-time. This graduate program welcomes individuals who are bright, passionate and energized to be transformative thought leaders; social entrepreneurs; and innovators for social impact.
Our mission is to educate the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs who will help transform nonprofits, social enterprises, international NGOs, educational systems, social service agencies, art and cultural institutions, foundations, advocacy and volunteer organizations. The world needs new thinking and approaches to address long-term challenges. Our students come to lay the foundation for their professional and civic journey to be collaborative agents of innovation and impact.
Students enrolled in the Nonprofit Leadership Program take a total of ten (10) graduate courses: four (4) required core courses out of a menu of choices, four (4) core option courses also out of a menu of choices and two (2) electives. Students work with the Senior Associate Director for academic advising and guidance in selecting their electives from an array of options offered by Penn's diverse graduate and professional programs. Each student is encouraged to build the competencies they will need throughout their careers.
The program is designed to serve:
The NPL Program is now offering a new submatriculation option for Penn undergraduates.
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Questions about the program contact Amy Lee at (215) 746-8406 or email@example.com.