International Nongovernmental Organizations

In an era of increasing globalization, leaders of nonprofit organizations and governmental departments at the local, state, and national levels need to know how to operate on an international scale. With the International Nongovernmental Organizations specialization, you can explore how countries organize, regulate, and foster nongovernmental activities; how international intergovernmental organizations operate; and how representatives of these organizations can learn from, partner with, and work within organizations worldwide. Gain an understanding of the effects of globalization and learn how to work effectively with nongovernmental organizations, voluntary organizations, and intergovernmental organizations around the world.

Completion Requirements

  • 63 total quarter credits
    • Foundation course (3 cr.)
    • Core courses (40 cr.)
    • Specialization courses (15 cr.)
    • Capstone course (5 cr.)

This sequence represents the minimum time to completion. Time to completion will vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 855-646-5286.

Courses

Each 11-week course is delivered in a prescribed sequence.
Quarter Course Code Course Credits
Quarter 1 Course Code NPMG 6116 Course Foundations for Graduate Study Credits (3 cr.)
Quarter 1 Course Code NPMG 6200 Course Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 2 Course Code NPMG 6405 Course Ethics and Social Justice Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 2 Course Code NPMG 6420 Course Organizational Management and Leadership Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 3 Course Code NPMG 6435 Course Human Resource Management: Building a Capable Workforce Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 3 Course Code NPMG 6451 Course Board Governance and Volunteer Management Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 4 Course Code NPMG 6465 Course Strategic Planning: Collaboration, Cooperation, and Coordination Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 4 Course Code NPMG 6480 Course Applied Research and Evaluation Methods Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 5 Course Code NPMG 6461 Course Resource Development Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 5 Course Code NPMG 6333 Course Holding Up the Mirror: Understanding Different Cultures and Increasing Global Consciousness Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 6 Course Code NPMG 6334 Course Crossing Borders: U.S. and International NGO Cultures and Environments Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 6 Course Code NPMG 6335 Course Placing NGOs in the Global Context Credits (5 cr.)
Quarter 7 Course Code NPMG 6910 Course MS in Nonprofit Management and Leadership Capstone Credits (5 cr.)
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