Lucas Rubin

Pursuing a graduate degree in fundraising and development is an often overlooked but nonetheless viable path for fundraisers looking to expand and enhance their careers. Degrees in fundraising reflect a trend in American higher education toward highly focused, industry-specific graduate degrees. As little as a decade ago, professionals in many industries had few options in graduate training besides an MBA. Now, applied graduate degrees serve an ever-expanding range of fields, offering relevant courses drawn from such fields as business and law. There are close to 100 colleges and universities that offer graduate programs in nonprofit management, with a few (a growing few, at that) conferring master’s-level

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