MBA in Nonprofit Administration
John Carroll University, Boler College of Business
University Heights, USA
Full time, Part time
USD 1,070 / per credit
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The curriculum focuses on key areas such as nonprofit governance, fundraising and development, financial management, program evaluation, and strategic planning. Students will also gain a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities that exist within the nonprofit sector, including working with diverse stakeholders, managing limited resources, and navigating complex legal and regulatory frameworks.
Board and Executive Leadership** – Explore the variety and intersection between the roles of the executive leader and the Board of Directors through theoretical and case-based discussions that include setting organizational direction, increasing impact, enhancing mission achievement, and interacting effectively both within and across organizations.
**The offering of electives varies each semester and a list is published prior to the opening of registration. Courses in Contemporary Topics for each subject area are often presented to ensure that students have a chance to delve deeply into current business issues in the ecosystem.
Scholarships and Funding
Application for need-based financial aid is distinct from application for program admission. To apply for financial aid, the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for the appropriate academic year must be submitted to the Federal Processing Center.
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Boler MBA program offers the opportunity to add a nonprofit administration specialization. This specialization is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in leadership roles within the nonprofit sector. This program is ideal for individuals who are passionate about making a positive impact on their communities and are interested in pursuing a career in the nonprofit sector.