Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management (MNM) with a Graduate Certificate in Arts Management. The Graduate Certificate can also be completed as a stand-alone program of study, or be paired with other master’s and doctoral degree programs (for example, music, theatre, dance, art, art history, community and regional planning, public administration, or folklore).
We educate arts and culture sector leaders to make a difference in communities. For detailed information on the history, goals, and objectives of studies in Arts & Cultural Leadership at the University of Oregon, see our website
The 24-credit Graduate Certificate in Arts Management requires four core courses (The Arts in Society, Cultural Policy, Creative Placemaking, and Cultural Administration) as well as two elective courses (selected from courses such as Performing Arts Management, Museum Practice, Event Management, Cultural Programming, and many others). Detailed curricular information for the Graduate Certificate is available on our website
The 70-credit Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM) degree program requires 29 credits of core courses, 18 credits of management courses and consultancy, a 3-credit internship, and 20 credits of field of interest coursework. The Graduate Certificate in Arts Management can be completed as the "field of interest." Core courses for the MNM program are: Managing Nonprofit Organizations, Fundraising for Nonprofit Organizations, Philantrhopy and Grantmaking, Grant Proposal Writing, Nonprofit Financial Management, Nonprofit Board Governance, Public Sector Theory, Quantitative Methods, Research Skills, and Nonprofit Management Consultancy. Detailed curricular information for the MNM degree program is available on our website