MBA: Nonprofit Entrepreneurial Management
The nonprofit sector, churches, hospitals, other non-governmental organizations (NGOs), or international governmental organizations (IGOs), represents one of the fastest growing sectors of the U.S. national economy. We can help you lead one of these mission-driven and results-oriented organizations that increasingly demonstrates innovations in management, leadership, and stewardship initiatives.
You will learn to meet the growing expectation that nonprofit organizations to be managed effectively for stewardship of social, economic, and natural capital.
Nonprofit management requires a capacity to serve as a good steward of organizational and community values and resources, to lead and work with people effectively, and to manage well through the requisite skills of financial, personnel, and project management. Through these enhancements we will equip you with the skills to be successful in leadership and management roles.
The Nonprofit Entrepreneurial Management concentration provides the theory and practice for managing and leading nonprofit organizations.
- 36 credit hours
- Completed in 2 years (24 consecutive months)
- 3 hour capstone course
Prerequisites (8 SH)
Students are expected to complete the following prerequisites as a condition for admission to the EMUMBA program:
- Financial Accounting (2 credits)
- Introduction to Finance (3 credits)
All prereqs offered in an online format in the fall, spring, and summer
Concentration in Nonprofit Entrepreneurial Management (36 SH)
- OLS 510 – Leadership and Management for the Common Good
- OLS 515 – Introduction to Leadership Studies
- OLS 530 – Organizational Behavior
- MBA 625 – Strategic Marketing Management
- MOL 510 - Leadership Seminar
- MBA 560 – Stewardship, Innovation, and Social Entrepreneurship or ELECTIVE
- OLS 540 – Managerial Accounting and Finance I
- MBA 555 – Human Resource Management or ELECTIVE
- MBA 629 – Data Analytics
- MBA 640 – Managerial Finance and Accounting II
- MBA 650 – Sustainable Organizations for the Common Good
- OLS 665 – Project Management & Grantwriting