MBA in Non-Profit Management

Nonprofit organizations rely heavily on the development of fundraising, volunteerism, and community support. Understanding key strategies regarding talent management, ethical decision-making, and identifying grant and funding opportunities are key to success. The Newman University MBA in Nonprofit Management Degree is designed to teach business skills specific to the needs of those working in the nonprofit industry including strategic planning, organizational development, fundraising, volunteer recruitment, and personnel management.

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Program Curriculum


Curriculum Requirements

MBA in Non-Profit Management - 12 credit hours

  • BSAD 6033 Organizational Change and Development - 3 credits
  • BSAD 6913 Ethical Management - 3 credits
  • BSAD 6942 Non-Profit Strategy - 3 credits
  • BSAD 6943 Non-Profit Management - 3 credits

Looking for a Certification Instead of an MBA degree?

The Newman University School of Business also offers a Graduate Non-Profit Certificate. The certificate program is designed to be completed within one year and is for:

  • Individuals who have already completed a bachelor’s degree and wish to sharpen their skill or for the MBA graduate. The certificate coursework can later be directly applied toward the MBA degree concentration.
  • Individuals who have already completed an MBA, or other graduate degree, can further develop their professional training by completing additional graduate certificates in any of the supplemental fields offered by the Newman School of Business.

View the Non-Profit Certificate Program