International Nongovernmental Organizations (MA)
The Master of Arts in International Nongovernmental Organizations educates students
to understand world affairs through the activities of International Nongovernmental
Organizations (INGOs), which often play roles on par with government and business
in the developing world. The program is designed to offer a foundation in International
Relations and to help students develop the specific skills needed in a managerial
role in the NGO and the non-profit world -- skills like cross-cultural team leadership,
grant writing and fundraising, negotiating skills, finance, and project management.
Students can earn their MA in INGO at Webster's campuses in Geneva, Leiden, and London or participate in our innovative Global MA in INGO program in which students earn the degree in 11 months and study on three different continents.
Learn more about the degree by exploring the graduate catalog or contacting department representative April Tate.
H. Sam Priest Center 202
H. Sam Priest Center 208
- Environmental Management
- International Nongovernmental Organizations
- Global International Nongovernmental Organizations
- International Relations
- Global International Relations
- Legal Studies
- Nurse Anesthesia
- Science Management & Leadership
- Patent Practice
- Professional Counseling
- Thesis Requirement