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Metropolitan State University's Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management (MNLM) program prepares students for a wide range of career and leadership opportunities in the nonprofit sector. The state-of-the-art curriculum addresses the most critical challenges faced by nonprofit managers and leaders, program professionals, and directors on nonprofit boards.
The MNLM program is available in three formats: weekly classroom courses, web-enhanced courses in which students alternate meeting in the classroom and online, and courses offered totally online. Students can choose the format they prefer for any course in the program.
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The MNLM degree is designed to prepare nonprofit leaders and professionals with a broad-based education to pursue a wide range of opportunities in the nonprofit sector. This degree positions graduates to seek and succeed in leadership roles at all levels of organizational management, including executive director, program director, organizational management, and board leadership. The program is ideally suited for persons interested in starting a nonprofit or pursuing social enterprise options in a business environment. In a world where professionals are increasingly expected to make multiple job changes during their careers and work across the sectors, this degree is a very practical choice that integrates study of nonprofit leadership and management with public and for-profit perspectives.