A non-profit organization may be classified as a 501 (c)(3) organization such as educational, religious, or public safety groups; a private foundation, public charitable organization, advocacy group, and more. The non-profit sector is vast, so the opportunities for non-profit managers are endless. To prepare for entry into this flourishing field, many graduates choose the MBA with a Concentration in Non-Profit Management. This concentration requires advanced coursework in areas such as non-profit financial management, leading mission-driven organizations, marketing social change, public policy analysis, and strategic fundraising & corporate philanthropy.
Coursework for the Concentration in Non-Profit Management must be completed in addition to the MBA business core curriculum. The number of credits required for this concentration varies by school, but it is typically a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Colleges that offer Online MBA Programs with concentrations in Non-Profit Management:
Hope International University, Fullerton, California
Endicott College, Beverly, Massachusetts
Cleary University, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Michigan
Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, Oregon
Corban University, Salem, Oregon