All Location

Mogadishu-Somalia

Duration

1 year

Earliest Start Date

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Application Deadline

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Languages

English

Study Type

Online

Pace

Full Time / Part Time / DL Online

Tuition Fees

$

Who is it for?

If your career aim is to secure or develop a leading position in an international non-governmental organization (NGO), this course is ideally suited to your needs.

Academically rigorous and practically applied, the course is designed to help you develop a senior management career in international development, become a board member of an international NGO board, or work in a foundation funding work internationally.

Objectives

You will focus on the rapidly evolving context of international development. You will explore the implication for NGOs of the trends shaping the sector. How is the role of civil society changing? What will be the impact of altering aid flows, increased funding for humanitarian and security work and shifting North-South relations? How are new digital technologies affecting the way NGOs work? What are the implications of the moves to greater collaboration and the increasing influence of the private sector in the development process?

The aim of the course is to enable you to develop your management, analytical and leadership skills so that you develop a rounded set of competencies that will enable you to flourish at the highest levels in global NGOs.

Structure

The MSc course is taught on a part-time basis over a period of One years.

Students initially enroll on the Postgraduate with the specialist area of their choice, and confirm their intention to complete the MSc at the end of the first year.

As a student you will:

  • Develop your understanding of the strategic issues and organizational challenges facing NGO managers
  • Build relevant management and leadership skills, and analytical capabilities.
  • Acquire insights into the different strategies and approaches commonly adopted by NGOs.
  • Deepen your appreciation of the issues of managing change in NGOs.
  • Gain access to a strong network and connections within the charity sector.
  • Build your confidence as you pursue your career in the sector.

Assessment Methods

The aim of the NGO Management course is to enable students to develop key management competencies and analytical capabilities needed by those in leadership and management positions in international NGOs.

It is one of the postgraduate courses offered by Global University. This is one of the only centers of excellence in Africa offering a full range of latest research, education, training and consultancy geared to the needs of voluntary sector managers and leaders.

Coursework and assessment

Assessment is by taught examinations, coursework, assignments, group assessment and presentations.

Course unit details

You will study a total of 180 credits during the course.

Requirements

The university is open to all students who fulfill the following requirements:

  • Copy and original of Secondary, University Certificates and Transcripts
  • Birth certificate
  • Certificate of good conduct
  • Application Letter
  • CV and Experience Letter
  • Admission fee $
  • Passport sized photos
  • File
  • Pass entry exams.

Course Structure:

Semester One

Subject Code

Subject Name

MNGOM1001001

Building and Leading a Team

MNGOM1001002

Concept, Functions and Establishment of NGO

MNGOM1001003

Conflict Resolution

MNGOM1001004

Fundraising and Grant Proposals

MNGOM1001005

Good Governance Code and Accountability

MNGOM1001006

Introduction to NGO Management

 

Semester Two

Subject Code

Subject Name

MNGOM1002007

Governance Concepts, Challenges, Perspectives and Ethical Concern

MNGOM1002008

Human Resource Management

MNGOM1002009

Human Resource Policy, Staffing and Salaries

MNGOM10020010

Impact of Different Governance Structures

MNGOM10020011

Leadership Development

MNGOM10020012

Legal Procedure of Establishment of NGOs

 

Semester Three

Subject Code

Subject Name

MNGOM20010013

Memorandum of Association and Bye Laws

MNGOM20010014

NABARD and Human Rights Commission

MNGOM20010015

NGO Governance

MNGOM20010016

Principles of Good Communication and Successful Negotiations

MNGOM20010017

Project design monitoring and evaluation

 

Semester Four

Subject Code

Subject Name

MNGOM20020018

Project Planning, Analysis, and Management

MNGOM20020019

Research Methodology

MNGOM20020020

Result Based Management and Project Cycle Management

MNGOM20020021

Staff Development

MNGOM20020022

Master Thesis

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