LBC | Capital’s Master of Science in Nonprofit Management 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 by a biblical worldview will be successful in the business world and provide a positive perspective for their boards and within their organization. Graduates of the Master of Science in Nonprofit Management will obtain marketable skills to accelerate their career path, making them more qualified candidates for executive positions.
The MS in Nonprofit Management is designed to expand and enhance the skills of students of all levels of experience who are managing a department, an entire organization or have a desire to do so in the future. This graduate level program provides a biblical foundation for those that serve in public, private and Christian non-profit sectors.
The program also 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 coursework around 5 core courses and 5 nonprofit courses.
Biblical & Theological Course* 3 Credits
Business 30 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.
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This program is designed for the adult professional learner and offers flexibility so students can maintain their current careers while earning an advanced degree. Bringing real-life situations to the classroom greatly enhances student learning.
The nonprofit space provides many opportunities for graduates who have the skills, capacities and qualifications to help lead organizations. Churches are also in need of credentialed and trained leaders to help develop and lead ministries. Graduates from our programs will see opportunities in careers such as fundraising, volunteer and executive leadership, program coordination, financial controllers, operations leaders and more.
This program is designed to enhance the abilities of the students. As a result of this course of study, the student 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 the BTC course 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 560 Legal Issues and Risk||3|
|BUS 570 Social Media||3|
|BUS 580 Fund Raising and Advancement||3|
|BUS 590 Advanced Financial Management||3|
|Biblical & Theological Course*|
|BTC 503 Foundations for Integration or BTC 504 Perspectives on Integration||3|