The Master of Science in Nonprofit Administration is a professional development degree for middle and upper-level administration in nonprofit organizations. Designed for working students or students looking for alternative course delivery, this program can be completed 100% online. Regardless of undergraduate degree, people desiring to work in the nonprofit sector will learn the administrative skills necessary to work in a variety of settings. Based on the belief that managing community organizations in the 21st century requires both a commitment to social purpose and effective management, this program recognizes that building community, managing diversity, and nurturing vision have become professional skills as crucial as financial management and strategic planning.
About the Program
The Master of Science in Nonprofit Administration at LSU Shreveport requires that students complete 30 credit hours of traditional classroom-based experiences (a total of 10 courses) plus 3 hours for a directed final project. The course work and co-curricular activities of the program are designed to help you become a nonprofit professional in middle and upper level administrative positions.
Graduates will emerge with real-world knowledge, enviable connections and a critical combination of expert development and management tools. An optional Nonprofit Development track offers specialized expertise in capital campaign design, annual giving campaigns and planned giving.