This prepares graduates for management and leadership positions in not-for-profit organizations. Demands for services and competition for funding call for leaders with the skills and perspectives to bring business expertise to not-for-profit work.
Not-for-Profit MBA students take the MBA core courses plus the electives in the table below. Students choosing the Not-for-Profit MBA may substitute two core courses: MBA 730 Services Marketing for MBA 612 Managerial Marketing; and MBA 615 Public and Not-for-Profit Finance for MBA 610 Managerial Accounting.
|MBA 739||Not-for-Profit Organizations|
|MBA 740||Social Enterprise Management|
|MBA 741||Governmental Relations|
|MBA 764||Strategic Issues in Philanthropy|
The MBA program accommodates students with jobs, families, and responsibilities. Classes meet one evening per week from 5:45pm to 9:30pm. Students taking 2 courses per 10-week quarter, the norm, can finish in 18-21 months. Some take one class; a few take three. We try to flexibly accommodate.