Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Nonprofit Management
As nonprofit organizations evolve and grow, they become more complex. Strong organizations require leaders who possess not only the specific expertise related to the nonprofit environment but also the competencies of leaders in other thriving business environments.
To succeed, nonprofit organizations need to operate as efficiently as any private-sector business. The Springfield College Master of Business Administration in Nonprofit Management program prepares its graduates to lead nonprofit organizations with know-how and confidence.
This 12-month, hybrid, three-term program is the quickest path to an MBA. In classes for one weekend per month, students access supplemental course material through the Brightspace learning management system. There are additional courses which are fully online.
Now is the right time to pursue your MBA in nonprofit management. That's because positions for social and community service managers, directors, and leaders are expected to grow by 10 percent by 2024, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A delivery that works with your schedule
Full-time students in the MBA in Nonprofit Management will be enrolled for three terms over 12 months. Beginning in January 2019, students will have the option of taking a fully online program.
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.
The Nonprofit Management MBA program is available at Boston, Milwaukee, Tampa Bay, and Wilmington campuses; or fully online beginning in Spring 2019 (January 2019).