1 ½ year as a full-time student
The Master of Business Administration: Nonprofit Management program at Lancaster Bible College | Capital Seminary & Graduate School is designed to provide a strong biblical context along with hands-on learning from experienced professionals to give students a competitive edge within their positions. Men and women who live out a biblical worldview will be successful in the business world and provide a positive perspective for their boards and within their organization. What can you do with a Masters in Business Administration? Graduates of the LBC | Capital’s MBA program will have marketable skills to accelerate their career path, making them more qualified candidates for executive positions or to become a Doctor of Business Administration.
This program places an emphasis on the nonprofit sector although the principles taught are applicable to any for-profit organization and the program is designed to add different sector concentrations. This is accomplished by building the course work around 5 core courses, 5 sector courses (nonprofit initially) and 5 advanced courses.
No credits can be transferred in.
Biblical & Theological Course* 3 Credits
Business 45 Credits
View the Academic Catalog for the complete curriculum plan, course descriptions and program details.
*This Biblical & Theological course is required unless the student enters the program with advanced standing. Ask your admissions counselor about Advance Standing.
Want to learn more about this master’s degree or LBC | Capital’s graduate school? Consider scheduling an appointment to talk virtually or in person with an Admissions Counselor who will be glad to answer all your questions about earning a graduate degree online.
LBC | Capital’s MBA program is designed for the adult professional learner and offers flexibility so students to maintain their current careers while earning an advanced degree. Bringing real-life situations to the classroom greatly enhances student learning.
The Master of Business Administration degree will prepare students for a wide range of careers; here is just a sampling:
This program is designed to enhance the business administration skills and abilities of the students. As a result of this course of study, students will explore the following:
The following is the proposed schedule for this degree program.
*Students determined to have Advanced Standing by the Registrar’s office will have some or all of the BTC courses waived.
|BUS 505 Developing Strategy for Organizations||3|
|BUS 510 Leadership and Management||3|
|BUS 515 Ethics||3|
|BUS 520 Strategic Marketing||3|
|BUS 525 Managerial Accounting||3|
|Nonprofit Sector Courses|
|BUS 550 Building an Organizational Culture||3|
|BUS 555 Legal Issues and Risk||3|
|BUS 560 Social Media||3|
|BUS 565 Fund Raising and Advancement||3|
|BUS 570 Advanced Financial Management||3|
|BUS 605 Decision Making and Analytical Techniques||3|
|BUS 610 Leadership Coaching Strategies||3|
|BUS 615 Financial Decision Making||3|
|BUS 620 Executing the Marketing Plan||3|
|BUS 625 Advanced Organizational Strategy||3|
|Biblical & Theological Course*|
|BTC 503 Foundations for Integration or BTC 504 Perspectives on Integration||3|
What Makes Studying Nonprofit Management with LBC | Capital Different?
The Chair of the LBC | Capital Business Department shares how this master’s program will equip students with the necessary tools and principles to help them set up and manage organizations as they simultaneously focus on the ethical and spiritual aspects of business. For the nonprofit leader, this program offers the same business principles taught at other colleges but with a decidedly biblical worldview. Keep reading to find out what sets our program apart.
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