The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI is taking a degree digital. The school will launch its master of arts in philanthropic studies online this fall.
The school was the first in the nation to offer a master’s in the field of philanthropic studies, which focuses on the history, culture and values of philanthropy.
Dean Amir Pasic says "the prospect of beginning a master’s degree program can sometimes seem daunting, but completing classes online makes it manageable for those who work full time or don’t live near our campus. This new format offers our students convenience while maintaining the high quality that has always been a hallmark of our master’s degree. Online students will learn from the same expert faculty and study the same curriculum as students who are in on-campus classrooms, but with more flexibility."
IUPUI says students taking the online program can take some classes on the campus during the summer. You can connect to more about the program by clicking here.