Nonprofit & Social Impact Leadership

We are defining a new generation of business leaders, a generation that understands and values the crucial role that nonprofit and public institutions play in the world’s increasingly collaborative economy. Leveraging courses and programs offered through the Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership, this area prepares students to find creative solutions to social issues by creating and seizing opportunities across sectors. With this goal in mind, the center offers a robust series of courses, experiential learning opportunities, fellowships, speakers and programs.

  • MBA 290T Design and Evaluation of Development Technology
  • MBA 292A Strategic Management of Nonprofit Organizations
  • MBA 292B Nonprofit Boards
  • MBA 292F Financial Management of Nonprofit Organizations
  • MBA 292N Networks for Impact
  • MBA 292N Social Entrepreneurship
  • MBA 292N Technology Breakthroughs for Combating Global Poverty
  • MBA 292S Social Sector Solutions (Applied Innovation course)
  • MBA 292S Social Sector Solutions for Social Enterprises (Applied Innovation course)
  • MBA 295T Social Lean Launchpad (Applied Innovation course)

Speaker series:

  • MBA 294 Social Impact Speaker Series

Helpful electives:

  • MBA 224A Managerial Accounting
  • MBA 231 Corporate Finance
  • MBA 236G Designing Financial Models that Work
  • MBA 252 Negotiations & Conflict Resolution
  • MBA 254 Power & Politics in Organizations
  • MBA 257 Decision Making
  • MBA 270 Business & Public Policy
  • MBA 277 Managing the Legal Environment of Business
  • MBA 298 International Business Development (Applied Innovation course)

(Please note that the elective courses listed above are not necessarily offered every semester or every year.)

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