MBA Programs

Not-for-Profit MBA Concentration

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 610 Managerial Accounting.

MBA 739 Not-for-Profit Organizations
MBA 740 Social Enterprise Management
MBA 741 Governmental Relations
MBA 764 Strategic Issues in Philanthropy

Evenings, Flexibility

The MBA program accommodates students with jobs, families, and responsibilities. Classes meet one evening per week from 5:45pm to 9:50pm. Students taking 2 courses per 10-week quarter, the norm, can finish in 18-21 months. We try to flexibly accommodate.