High Point University's Norcross Graduate School can provide you with an extraordinary graduate degree with stellar faculty in state of the art facilities. We offer over 14 pathways to a master's degree. High Point University is one of only two universities in the southeast to offer a DEGREE in Nonprofit Management. The Nonprofit Management Master of Arts is interdisciplinary and includes a knowledge base and perspectives from various areas such as economics, accounting, sociology, psychology, political science, communications, ethics and law. Further, it provides a generic, foundational knowledge of management and leadership in organizations, as well as knowledge and skills that are specific to nonprofit organizations, their structure, organizational processes and the various cultural, economic and legal environments in which they function.
The Nonprofit Management master's program is offered in the evening to accommodate working students. Classes are held 1 night a week from 6 - 9 pm and can be completed in two years. Students can take up to 4 courses a semester. A fall only admission date is offered for the Nonprofit Management program with a priority application deadline of March 15. Other master degree programs offered: Strategic Communication, MBA, History, Elementary Education, Educational Leadership, and Special Education.