The Centre offers students a Master of Management in African Philanthropy as well as Doctoral Studies.
MM in African Philanthropy
For the Master of Management in African Philanthropy, the degree involves four compulsory and three elective courses as well as a Research Report.
C1. Introduction to African Gifting and Philanthropy? (15 Credits)
C2. Leadership, Organisation and Management (15 Credits)
C3. Resourcing (15 Credits)
C4. Measuring Performance (15 Credits)
E1. Advising Private Wealth (10 Credits)
E2. Corporate Social Investment (10 Credits)
E3. Community gifting (10 Credits)
E4. Community Foundations (10 Credits)
E5. Gifting and the Sustainable Development Goals (10 Credits)
E6. The Role of Religion and Belief (10 Credits)
E7. Public Policy, Law and Regulation (10 Credits) [MC2]
MM by Research
PHD in African Philanthropy
This is by thesis. For more details, see admissions requirements.