• Master in Nonprofit Management

    A Bold Invention

    Hamline didn't reinvent the master's in nonprofit management -- we invented it. The only degree of its kind in the Midwest, Hamline's nationally known program has been serving the top nonprofit community leaders for the past 10 years. The Hamline MNM integrates the best theories and practices of nonprofit management to produce innovative leaders who push the boundaries of the field and boldly move it forward.

    My degree has absolutely helped me in my current work. I use it regularly. When the leadership teams meet, I can offer useful insight into the various organizational issues and nonprofit rules and regulations. I still refer to some of the course materials when discussing issues at work.
    --Isis Stark MNM '07, Nature Conservancy lobbyist

    Program Form

    Our program is designed for working professionals, with evening classes, and flexible scheduling.

    You can select either full- or part-time study, enjoy a choice of electives and concentrations, and pursue cross-sector dual degrees. Take twelve 4-credit courses in 14-week terms, and complete the program in two to four years.

  • Meet an MNM Alumna

    Beth Holger '98 MNM '04

    Meet Beth Holger, winner of the Virginia McKnight Binger Award in Human Service.