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MBA in Not-for-Profit Management

The Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Not-for-Profit Management program at Regent University might help students build the leadership skills and knowledge of nonprofit organization structures and processes they could apply to upper management positions in the nonprofit sector. Read more about this MBA program curriculum and outcomes here.

Official Program Name:

Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Not-for-Profit Management

School Offering Program:

Regent University

Degree Level:

Master's

Program Prerequisites:

Applicants to this MBA program will need to have completed a 4-year degree program and submit a professional resume outlining work history. Having taken courses in organizational leadership, management, and business might be helpful for prospective students. Applicants to Regent University's master's degree programs should already possess a bachelor's degree; some programs may have additional requirements.

Program Description:

From fundraising campaign strategies to volunteer motivation techniques, Regent University's Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Not-for-Profit Management program is designed to address most of the managerial responsibilities and practices a leader in a nonprofit or faith-based organization would face. Topics likely to be addressed in concentration classes include volunteer recruiting methods, promotions and marketing strategies, leadership/management history, organizational problem-solving, and ministry management practices. The relation between staff and nonprofit organization boards might also be explored. The MBA curriculum allows students to build a deeper understanding of managerial roles and principles in areas of marketing, accounting, finance, operations, and business planning and provides a focus in organizational and people management processes.

Learning Format:

Online and on-campus

Program Length:

42 credits.

Financial Aid Available:

Eligible students could be able to receive financial aid in the forms of grants, loans, and scholarships. Contact Regent University's financial aid office for more information.

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Required Courses for a Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Not-for-Profit Management:

A total of 30 MBA core credits and 12 concentration credits must be completed to earn this degree. Degree program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Regent University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.

Core Courses (30 credits)

  • Orientation
  • Program Assessment
  • Corporate & Personal Ethics
  • Managerial Economics
  • Innovation & Technological Success
  • Marketing
  • Managing People
  • Managing Organizations
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Operations & Supply Chain Management
  • Business Planning & Launch

Concentration Courses: Not-for-Profit Management (12 credits)

  • Managing Not-for-Profit & Faith-Based Organizations
  • Not-for-Profit & Faith Based Organizations Fundraising Development
  • Special Topics in Not-for-Profit & Faith-Based Organizations Management
  • Foundations of Leadership: History, Theory Application, and Development

Post-Graduation Opportunities

Career Paths:

Earning a Master of Business Administration degree in Not-for-Profit Management from Regent might prepare graduates for executive-level jobs in nonprofit agencies, churches, or even corporate settings. Graduates might seek leadership roles in areas of staff management, volunteer coordination, mission development, recruiting, or fundraising.

Examples of careers graduates might choose include:

  • Nonprofit policy analyst
  • Fundraising manager
  • Nonprofit program director
  • Marketing manager
  • Missions leader

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