Students often wonder whether their decision to step out of the corporate world and embark on an expensive MBA was wise. Until recently, the hardest part of an MBA was getting accepted by a top business school. Having an MBA was the equivalent of between two-and-a-half and four years extra rating experience. It is in times like these that you realize the true value of an MBA.
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The FIBAA accredited Master's course offers a unique leadership and management programme, to prepare students for a career in an NGO. [+]
CSR & NGO-Management (MBA)
Welcome to the CSR & NGO Management MBA Program at Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
The FIBAA accredited Master's course is designed as a sandwich program. Courses take place on Friday evenings and Saturdays flanked by two intensive course weeks, enabling students to obtain a Master's degree within 18 months. The conceptual development of the program has been carried out in collaboration with high-ranking representatives of numerous well-known NGOs, the United Nations, the city of Bonn, federal ministries as well as international companies.
program highlights include authentic case studies, individual coaching, and competition for the Social Business Award.... [-]
Managing a successful not-for-profit organization is very similar to managing a business. Concordia University Chicago’s MBA specialization in not-for-profit management addresses the unique attributes of a not-for-profit organization while providing a solid business foundation in areas such as management, finance, and marketing. Our academic history is deeply rooted in preparing students to serve others, and our professors exemplify this tradition. [+]
Managing a successful not-for-profit organization is very similar to managing a business. Concordia University Chicago’s MBA specialization in not-for-profit management addresses the unique attributes of a not-for-profit organization while providing a solid business foundation in areas such as management, finance, and marketing. Our academic history is deeply rooted in preparing students to serve others, and our professors exemplify this tradition.Learning Objectives
Concordia University Chicago's not-for-profit management MBA specialization and certificate courses give students a grounding in the unique legal structure and mission of not-for-profit organizations. Students learn about the rules regarding board formation and governance, grant writing and funding sources. A key objective is to build students skills to the point where they can successfully complete a capstone project on grant writing, management and evaluation.... [-]
The College’s M.B.A. program equips students with leadership skills and business acumen to serve both the profit and not-for-profit sectors. The program offers a student-centered learning environment within a curriculum accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). [+]
The concentration in nonprofit management offers a unique specialization designed to provide students and professionals with the skills, tools, and strategies to manage nonprofit and social enterprises whose primary missions are to serve the common good. The courses in this concentration develop proficiency in theory and practice of nonprofit enterprises, law and governance, organizational culture and development, accounting and financial management, fundraising and institutional advancement, volunteer and human resource management, and product and service marketing, to name a few competencies. This concentration aims to provide a flexible and rich experience to students as they navigate this complex and exciting nonprofit landscape, and in the process help prepare them to be ethical leaders in their organizations.... [-]