Nonprofit Management

Be the Change.

The minor in nonprofit management is focused on how visionary leadership, adept financial management and strategic fundraising can elevate nonprofit organizations. This minor is designed to provide you with the skills and insight necessary to navigate the unique challenges of the non-profit sector.

Featured Courses

Here is a sampling of a few courses that might pique your interest.

MRKT 3000 Principles of Marketing
Focused on pricing, promoting, and distributing to satisfy buyers’ needs in an ethical and socially responsible manner. We’ll explore the marketing impact of demographic, economic, social, environmental, political, legal, regulatory and technological forces.
ADMN 4060 Management of Nonprofit Organizations
Examine what you need to lead a nonprofit organization. Topics include strategic planning, board governance, legal compliance, fundraising, building strategic alliances and assessing effectiveness.

Degree Options

Discover your degrees, minors, concentrations and certification options available for this field of study.

Minor in Nonprofit Management
A student may elect a minor in business administration or nonprofit management, but not both. Majors in accounting or business administration cannot minor in nonprofit management.
Self-Designed Major
Design a major to best fit your personality, career goals and specific educational needs. The self-designed major is a customized major that you design, working closely with appropriate faculty. Create your own nonprofit management major.


Our curriculum emphasizes problem solving and critical thinking skills essential to any career (and therefore any Pathway), as well as scientific writing and experimentation skills that may be especially critical to students interested in any of our six Pathways tracks.

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