The Master's Degree in Nonprofit Management (NPM) consists of 36 credit units of graduate course work in a combination of non-profit management and human resources management courses, of which 27 credit units are required courses:
- U76 507 Management in Nonprofit Organizations
- U76 508 Resource Development for Nonprofit Organizations
- U76 510 Statistics & Research Design
- U76 514 Integrated Capstone Project in Nonprofit Management
- U76 520 Organizational Behavior and Administration
- U76 525 Financial Management in Nonprofit Organizations
- U76 531 Human Resources Management
- U76 555 Leadership
- U76 570 Legal Issues Impacting Nonprofit Organizations
- The remainder of courses (9 credits total) are nonprofit-related electives of the student's choice.
The Nonprofit Management master's program does not require a final examination or research project. However, maintenance of a grade point average of 3.0 or higher is required.
A maximum of 6 credits of related and comparable graduate-level course work may be transferred from another university or from a related graduate program at Washington University with the approval of the program director. These must be graduate-level units not used to fulfill undergraduate degree requirements. Transfer credit may be granted only for authorized courses for which the student received a grade of B or higher.