Education for Good: Graduate Degrees
This blog post is a continuation of the series: Education for Good. See the first post in the series: Education for Good: Undergraduate Degrees
Students interested in pursuing graduate degree’s for good tend to pursue master’s degrees in Nonprofit Management, Public Administration, Social Work or Business. However, there are many other graduate degree programs such as Master’s in Public Policy, Arts Administration, Museum Studies, Sociology that also have a “for good” emphasis.
The issue I’ve had is there isn’t one specific site that lists ALL these graduate degrees for good.
Roseanne Mirabellla’s website lists Nonprofit Management education graduate degree programs.
The National Association for Schools of Public Affairs Administration provides a directory of schools that offer Master’s of Public Administration, Master’s of Public Affairs and Master’s of Public Policy.
The Council on Social Work Education provides a directory of accredited schools that offer a Master’s of Social Work.
I have yet to find a directory that lists ALL the business schools that offer MBA’s with a social enterprise concentration. There have been several articles about the “best social entrepreneurship programs.”
The Smithsonian provides a list of schools that offer graduate degrees in Museum Studies.
The association of Arts Administration Education provides a list of schools that offer graduate degrees in Arts Administration.
Let me know what lists I’ve missed. I am sure there are many other “for good” graduate degree programs out there!!