Nonprofit organizations play a critical role in our society. There is an increasing need for qualified nonprofit managers to apply business and managerial acumen to effectively manage the business and financial affairs of charitable and humanitarian organizations.

The management and funding structures of the nonprofit sector offer unique challenges. Not only must the nonprofit manager deal with the same organizational, personnel, financial, marketing, operations and leadership issues as any for-profit organization, but must also deal with unique characteristics such as resource development, governance, management of volunteers and social entrepreneurship.

A degree in nonprofit management provides the broad-based knowledge needed to increase effectiveness and bring sustainability to nonprofit organizations.

The Bachelor of Science in Nonprofit Management requires completion of the following 120 hours:
General Education Core (42 hours)
Major Core (36 hours)
Electives (42 hours)