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MS in Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy

Offered Online & On Our Longmeadow, Mass. Campus

Make a Difference:
In Your Career and Your Mission

Enrolling Now, Classes Begin June 26, 2017


BAY PATH UNIVERSITY HAS BEEN RECOGNIZED BY THEBESTSCHOOLS.ORG FOR being one of the top ten BEST ONLINE MASTER’S IN nonprofit management DEGREE PROGRAMS IN THE COUNTRY! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION. 

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Our graduate degree in Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy is relevant, practical, and focused entirely on nonprofit management. We provide you with the tools to manage in areas such as Strategic Planning, Financial Analysis, Board Governance and Volunteer Maintenance. So when the opportunity arises to take the lead, you’ll be ready.

The depth of content in our program is unique. It is student-centered providing the opportunity to network with like-minded peers and taught from the nonprofit perspective; providing you with a self-awareness to gain a greater understanding of the nonprofit sector and the skills to be an effective leader in a nonprofit organization.

  • Classes start every October, February and June
  • 36 Credit program: 8 core course and 4 electives
  • Course schedule offered online, on campus, or a combination of both
  • Accelerated 8 week format can be taken full or part-time 
  • Students usually complete their degree in 1-2 years
  • Scholarships and Financial Aid are available
  • Establish the knowledge base necessary for you to earn the CFRE certificate
  • No GRE or GMAT required

 Full participation in the Master of Science in Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy is applicable for 10 points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or re-certification.