School of Education
Two- to Three-Year Program
Gain leadership training, networking opportunities, mentoring, and hands-on experience to solve problems and enact real change in areas you care deeply about. The Master of Arts in Community Leadership program equips students with valuable skills in management, communication, outreach, advocacy, and community organizing. You will thrive in a rigorous yet supportive learning environment that translates to new career possibilities in the field you care about most.
Class schedules can accommodate students who are working professionals—and the coursework features hands-on, interactive learning among outstanding faculty and highly engaged peers.
Who It's For
If you’re drawn to this program, you probably care deeply about making a difference in the world. Many of our students are committed to a particular issue or cause already and currently work in nonprofits, government, or community groups. This is where you’ll acquire the skills and knowledge needed to create powerful social change.
- Craft your studies around what you care about most. Learning-tracks and elective options are customizable.
- Make lasting connections that go a long way. We connect students with organizations, peers, and community-based research opportunities. This fosters vital hands-on experience, fulfillment, and networking opportunities.
- Culminate with a capstone project. Students complete the program by applying and solidifying everything they've learned.
How Long It Takes
The program takes five semesters if started in the fall, six semesters if started in summer, or six to seven if started in spring.