Today Carleton launched the Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership. You can read more about this program on the Carleton website.
Here is a description of the program:
“The Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership provides a rigorous preparation for making substantive professional contributions within or through philanthropic and nonprofit, organizations, or the public and private organizations that engage with them. The core courses provide an understanding of the roles and ethics of philanthropy, policy processes and regulatory contexts, the procedures and strategies for governance, financing and accountability, and the concepts fundamental to evaluation and research. The elective courses provide a focus either on the raising or effective disbursement of funds or on the organizational development and social impact of the sector.”
Here is a link to the university’s website and the MPNL program.
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