Study at Springfield College
Now is the right time to pursue your Master of Business Administration with a concentration in nonprofit management. That’s because positions for social and community service managers, directors, and leaders are expected to grow 18 percent between now and 2026, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Graduates of the Springfield College Master of Business Administration with a concentration in nonprofit management are finding that they are well-positioned to fill jobs within non- and for-profit companies. This degree will prepare you to make a positive difference for these organizations.
A delivery that works with your schedule
The Master of Business Administration with a concentration in nonprofit management at Springfield College can be completed in one year of full-time study (10 courses). Part-time study also is an option. The choice is yours.
Fully Online Courses
In the MBA program, your coursework is completed fully online.
Whichever format you choose, you’ll find that the MBA with a concentration in nonprofit management is a hands-on and project-based program, which blends theory and practical application in collaboration with community organizations.
Courses are discussion-based, and even on-ground classes include an online component that allows instructors and class members to remain in contact between class sessions for discussions and assignments. Elective course options may include Operations and Information Management, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, and Corporate Residency Fieldwork.