Higher Education for Nonprofit Leaders? Part Two: Regional Options

Here we conclude a two-part series on Higher Education for Nonprofit Leaders. This post covers some of the regional degree options in Northeast Indiana.

Last month, we posted a detailed piece on the considerations and questions for identifying your best fit for higher education.

Other options for post-graduate education for the nonprofit professional include certifications and credentials- more than we can list here. We’ll pull together the most popular of these and share them, too, in an upcoming post.

If we’ve missed a regional option, yikes! We apologize for the oversight. Let us know and we’ll include the information as it is appropriate.

Please note, these options will change over time and you must confirm availability with the individual schools. Our aim is to offer guidance and an overview of your options. We wish you luck in your endeavor!

Part one: Higher Education for Nonprofit Leaders? Part One: Considerations

Regional Options


IPFW 

Graduate Programs applicable to nonprofit leadership*

  • Graduate certificate, Organizational Leadership
  • Master of Arts, Communication
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Public Affairs
  • Master of Science, Division of Organizational Leadership and Supervision

Indiana Tech

Areas of Study and select Graduate under Degree Category

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Science, Organizational Leadership
  • PhD in Global Leadership

IUPUI

Graduate Degree Schools

  • Master of Arts, Philanthropic Studies
  • Master of Public Affairs, Nonprofit Management

Indiana Wesleyan University

Adult and Graduate Programs

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Science, Management

Taylor University

Graduate School Programs

  • Master of Business Administration

Trine University

Graduate Programs

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Science in Leadership

University of Saint Francis

Graduate School Programs

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Organizational Leadership, concentration in Nonprofit Organizations

 

*One of the challenges in compiling this information is choice – personal and variety. You may choose from any number of post-graduate degree options to support your nonprofit career – and your choice will be different from your peers based on your goals and experiences.

We’ve gathered here the most relevant possibilities from our region, to the best of our ability to discern.

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