Bachelors of Arts – Non-Profit Business Management

Non-Profit Management involves supervising people and/or affairs of a nonprofit organization. Our business degree in Non-Profit Management focuses on building skills in organizational governance, finance, administration, ethics, and entrepreneurship.

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All Business management students are required to take the same 8 courses in their Freshman year.

1st Semester                                       

Course ID Course Name
BUS 1101 Business Management (Introduction)
BUS 1102 Business Communication
BUS 1103 Ethics in Business
BUS 1104 Human Resource Management

2nd Semester

Course ID Course Name
BUS 1105 Business Models
BUS 1106 Leadership & Management Skills
BUS 1107 Setting Goals
BUS 1108 Time Management

During the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years Business Management students must take:

  • 8 courses from Group A of their chosen Degree Track
  • 8 courses from Group B of their chosen Degree Track
  • 8 courses from Group C (Electives) of their chosen Degree Track

Elective: An elective is any course offered by the university, including those in and out of the students major Degree Track.

GROUP A COURSES
Course ID Course Name
BUS 1204 Accounting for Non-profit Organizations
BUS 1803 Fiscal Management for Non-profit Organizations
BUS 1802 Governance of the Non-profit Organization
BUS 1403 Managing Change in Organizations
BUS 1404 Managing the Employment Process
BUS 1804 Marketing for Non-profit Organizations
BUS 1805 Program Assessment and Evaluation
BUS 1801 Standards of Charitable Accountability
BUS 1811 Strategic Planning for Non-profit Organizations

 

GROUP B COURSES
Course ID Course Name
BUS 1201 Accounting I
BUS 1302 Economics I
BUS 1205 Finance
BUS 1551 Marketing on the Internet
BUS 1552 Marketing through Social Media
BUS 1850 Special Issues for Non-Profit Organizations
BUS 1410 Small Business Management
BUS 1701 Sport Management, Introduction

 

GROUP C COURSES

Group C Courses are electives. Students can select any course the university offers.