MACL Comprehensive Track
The Comprehensive Track is designed for people who would like to manage and lead organizations. Students will learn to manage organization budgets, collaborate with community members, work effectively with nonprofit boards, advocate with governmental decision-makers, and understand the role of language in shaping community efforts.
Unique blend of classes in leadership, management, advocacy, community organizing, and communications
Wide range of electives enable specialization or breadth based on students’ career goals and interests
Capstone Project develops expertise in a focused area
Multiple opportunities for networking with and serving community organizations
Core areas of leadership and management, community organizing and advocacy, and communications (20 – 21 credits)
Electives in areas of leadership, management, fund-raising, organizing, advocacy, program planning and evaluation, communications, public health, social entrepreneurship, and education (8-9 credits)
Capstone Project (6 Credits)
Certificate in Community Leadership
- A 20 – 21 credit program focusing on the three core areas of leadership and management, community organizing and advocacy, and communications. Sound basic preparation for a variety of community roles and careers.