Lead With Purpose in Non-Profit Organizations and Public Administration
- Employment opportunities in public administration are projected to increase by 10% by 2026, depending on the industry.
- The non-profit sector specifically has grown 20 percent in the past 10 years.
- Candidates with a master’s degree are eligible for 75 percent of jobs within public administration, as opposed to 50 percent for those who hold a bachelor’s degree.
Gain the leadership skills and sector understanding you need to become an effective administrator in government, non-profit management, social service, museums, higher education or health care with Seton Hall’s Master of Public Administration in Non-Profit Management (M.P.A.).
Through our N.A.C.C.-based curriculum, one of the first of its kind in the country, you will gain practical, field-relevant knowledge that prepares you for a successful career in non-profit management or public administration. You will leave this program with a better understanding of leadership, management, finance, research, analysis, and more.
Practical instruction, dedicated mentorship from a current professional, internship opportunities, and other career resources prepare you with the insights and experience to make the most of post-graduation job opportunities.
SOURCES: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 501ctrust, Burning Glass, April 2018.
Explore Your Options
The versatile online M.P.A. in Non-Profit Management can qualify you for a myriad of employment options. Whether your passion lies in management, program development, or fundraising, you’ll graduate with the skills you need to succeed.
Compensation can vary based on a variety of factors, including your experience level and your chosen industry. Here is a snapshot of annual salaries for popular public administration positions:
|Job Title||Median Annual Salary|
|Chief of Staff, Senate||$169,367|
|Business Manager, Municipal||$86,618|
|Social and Community Services Manager||$64,680|
|Program Director, Non-Profit||$58,057|
Not only does an online M.P.A. in Non-Profit Management give you options when it comes to potential jobs, it also offers you the freedom of working wherever you want to live. There is high demand for public administration professionals all over the country, especially in these five states:
California: 244,517 job postings*
New York: 122,220 job postings
Texas: 111,273 job postings
Massachusetts: 80,320 job postings
Illinois: 73,074 job postings
*Based on job postings from 2017–2018, reported by burning-glass.com
SOURCES: Burning-glass.com, Glassdoor.com, PayScale.com, and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Set Yourself Apart
While the field of non-profit leadership is competitive, prepare to excel with Seton Hall’s M.P.A., one of the nation’s top 20 non-profit management programs according to U.S. News & World Report.
You will learn real-world, highly applicable skills in this program accredited by N.A.S.P.A.A.—an accreditation that shows current and future employers that you graduated from a program known for producing renowned leaders in public service.
Additionally, through a curriculum mapped to the guidelines of the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council, you’ll gain the most current and in-demand proficiencies and stand out in the crowded job market.
If you have more questions about our program, please call us at (844) 823-1198 or request more information.