Business Administration - Nonprofit Administration
Nonprofits-including churches and missions-based organizations-provide essential services to various members of a community. They exist to serve, and are run by people with the same commitments to service. The nonprofit administration emphasis equips graduates with the tools necessary to effectively and efficiently manage various aspects of a nonprofit organization.
Nonprofits are organizations, often similar in structure and management to for-profit businesses. They require a steady commitment to ethics, as well as a deep understanding of the needs of those served. By offering graduates the skills required by nonprofit administration, this emphasis ensures the future success of many invaluable organizations.
The bachelor of arts in business administration with an emphasis in nonprofit administration is ideal for graduates seeking leading roles in nonprofit organizations, roles such as: program director, operations manager, special events/fundraising coordinator, etc.
Required Courses (5 Courses, 15-16 Units)
Select five of the following:
- BUS-486 Topics in Business (3)
- FIN-452 Public Finance (3)
- MGT-355 Organizational Behavior (3)
- MGT-360 Human Resource Management (3)
- MGT-362 Nonprofit Management (3)
- MIN-357 Christian Leadership and Administration (4)
- MKT-311 Nonprofit Marketing (3)