Nonprofit Administration Concentration
The nonprofit concentration offers students the opportunity to gain knowledge about leading nonprofit organizations or working as a corporate partner. Along with the business foundation of the MBA program, nonprofit-specific courses will help develop skills surrounding effective grant writing, fundraising, social responsibility, financial governance, being an effective member of a board of directors, and more.
The MBA program is a 10 course, 30 credit-hour degree program. The concentration consists of three courses (nine hours out of the 30 hours required for the degree).
This degree will provide students with the ability to work for some of the world’s most influential charities and organizations or manage functions inside corporations that offer grants, operating foundations, or social responsibility initiatives. For those students local to Horry County, this sector is one of the area’s largest employers across the services, health care, education, and government sectors.
This program can be completed online.
The nonprofit concentration required courses (nine credit hours):
- MBA 521: Financial Governance for Nonprofit Board Members
- MBA 522: Grant Writing for Nonprofit Organizations
- MBA 655: Sustainability and Social Responsibility
Heather Carle, MBA
Lecturer of Marketing/Graduate Program Manager
Graduate Programs Advisement Coordinator