Nonprofit Management Concentration

The nonprofit management concentration is a unique program that students may take as a graduate certificate or as a concentration in the MBA program. The concentration is delivered in four specialized courses delivered for one week each, over a two-year period. The program starts with a course in March, continues with one in August, one in January and the final course in August. Classes are held for eight hours a day for five days during the class week.

Degree Requirements

Required courses for nonprofit management concentration:

Decisions Analysis Elective


MGT 650Nonprofit Management and Innovation: Thinking Strategically


ACC 650Nonprofit Management and Innovation: Managing for Performance


MGT 659Nonprofit Management and Innovation: Leadership and Innovation


MKT 650Nonprofit Management and Innovation: Marketing, Development and Communications


Total Credit Hours: 16