Non-Profit Management Degree - Online and Campus Programs

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100% Online & No Standardized Testing

We are committed to helping you achieve your goals and complete your degree as quickly as possible.

Programs:
  • Doctor of Business Administration: Non-Profit Leadership & Management
  • MHA: Non-Profit Leadership and Management
  • MBA: Non-Profit Management
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Southern Technical College provides education and training in a variety of medical and technical areas that enable graduates to obtain entry-level employment. As a student at Southern Technical College, you will have the opportunity learn in several different ways.

Locations:  Port Charlotte, FL

Programs:
  • A.S. - Management
  • B.S. - Management

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Since 1977, Keiser University has maintained a practical, hands-on approach to career-focused education to help our students achieve their personal and professional goals. Our student-centered approach remains at the foundation of the Keiser University mission and continues to attract students who prefer a more personal learning experience. 

 

Locations:  New Port Richey, FL

Programs:
  • Master in Business Administration - Management
  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a concentration in Management
  • Joint Master of Science in Education - Master of Business Administration
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The term nonprofit applies to an organization that is not government run or a private business. The goal of a nonprofit organization is not to make money for the owners, but rather to enhance society in some way. Nonprofits can span every cause and purpose, but are generally broken into four types of organizations:
  • Business, professional, labor, or political (for example, a chamber of commerce or a political action committee)
  • Civic and social organizations (like a parent teacher association or a veteran's association)
  • Social advocacy organizations (i.e. a homeless shelter or an environmental group)
  • Grant making and giving services (foundations devoted to raising money for health or social issues)
Nonprofit managers help an organization run smoothly and are usually centrally involved in fundraising efforts. Their duties vary depending on their specific job title, as well as the size and purpose of the nonprofit, but may include: directing daily operations of the organization, overseeing employees, reporting to a board of directors and planning and organizing activities in the community.

How to Prepare for a Career in Nonprofit Management

There are many different paths to a career as a nonprofit manager, but the right education can be a boost in your favor. Top positions in public service management often require a master's degree in an area like business or public administration, or specifically in nonprofit management. Other management positions may only require a bachelor's degree. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that overall job opportunities in the nonprofit sector will increase by 14 percent over the decade ending in 2018. Hourly wages for general managers of nonprofits ranged from $33.86 to $47.82 per hour, depending on the type of organization. Earning your nonprofit management degree can provide you with vital skills for overseeing a nonprofit organization, so don't wait to start your education today!