Lead the charge for change in your community with an advanced education in nonprofit management. From the first nonprofit undergraduate degree offered in Florida to a world-class graduate degree and multiple certificates, UCF offers a program that fits your lifestyle while preparing you for a career or promotion in the nonprofit sector. Nonprofit organizations address some of society’s most pressing needs, and these organizations need innovative and ethical leaders with a unique combination of theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Whether you are looking to enter the nonprofit sector or seeking an advancement in your career, graduates are uniquely prepared to support and lead charities, community service organizations, public agencies and other society-focused organizations in their efforts to care for, advocate for and support those who need it most.
Our master’s in nonprofit management program is accredited by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration.
We offer undergraduate and graduate level programs in a variety of modalities such as face-to-face, fully online and mixed-mode to meet your needs.
Nonprofit Management, BA/BS
Dual Nonprofit Management BA/BS and Public Administration BA
Nonprofit Management, Minor
Nonprofit Management, MNM
Dual Public Administration MPA and Nonprofit Management MNM
Nonprofit Fiscal & Resource Development, Undergraduate Certificate
Public Service, Undergraduate Certificate
Nonprofit Management, Graduate Certificate
Fundraising, Graduate Certificate
Seongho An, Ph.D.Assistant Professor
Thomas Bryer, Ph.D.Professor
Gregg Buckingham, Ed.D.Associate Lecturer
Maritza Concha, Ph.D.Lecturer and Director
Xi Huang, Ph.D.Assistant Professor
Stephanie Krick, Ph.D.Senior Lecturer and Undergraduate Academic Program Coordinator
Amanda Olejarski, Ph.D.Lecturer
Melvin Rogers, M.S.Senior Instructor
Daniel Seigler, Ph.D.Associate Lecturer and Research Administration Academic Program Coordinator
Andrew Sullivan, Ph.D.Assistant Professor
Angela White-Jones, Ph.D.Associate Lecturer and Master in Nonprofit Management Academic Coordinator