Master of Nonprofit Leadership Student Learning Outcomes
Receiving the Master of Nonprofit Leadership (MNL) from Pacific University prepares you to successfully build the capacity of nonprofit organizations as a follower, team member, and leader. The MNPL is designed for the working professional seeking advancement in the nonprofit profession, career changers and recent graduates interested in entering the nonprofit profession.
- Increase understanding and application of leadership theories and practices to self and with others specific to the nonprofit profession.
- Develop and practice leadership, followership, and team skills in the context of a nonprofit organization and its community.
Foundations of Nonprofits in the Community and Society
- Integrate the changing roles of the nonprofit within the community it serves and its responsibilities to diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and belonging.
- Establish connections with the nonprofit sector’s evolution and future for mission-based organizations.
- Create programs and services that are relevant to the mission and community served.
- Apply best nonprofit fiscal practices, policies, and procedures.
- Achieve financial sustainability through integration of sound fiscal practices, fund raising, and earned income.
Leadership in Action
- Advance the organization’s capacity through a positive and supportive culture.
- Champion strategic processes that lead to focus, priorities, and mission attainment.
- Build the capacity of people to achieve, prosper, and fulfill their goals.
- Integrate leadership among staff, volunteers, board, and community members.
- Build collaborations and partnerships that result in greater impact.