Why Concordia University Chicago?
As a distinctive, comprehensive university of The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod, based in the liberal arts, Concordia University Chicago equips men and women to lead and serve with integrity, creativity, competence and compassion in a diverse, interconnected world.
MBA, Not-for-Profit Management Specialization
The MBA, Not-For-Profit Management Specialization program is designed to provide students with the unique skills it takes to manage a not-for-profit organization. The curriculum is based on a business foundation of management, finance and marketing. Students become prepared to lead in serving the greater good. Experienced professors work with students to reach their potential and begin a successful career. Learning objectives include gaining an understanding of board formation, grant writing and funding sources.
Online, On-Campus, or Hybrid
1 to 2
MBA Information Session
Information Session: Introduction to Concordia-Chicago’s MBA Program
Description: In this webinar, Beth Dellegrazie, Chair, MBA Program, and Martina Reese, Director, Marketing & Communications explore Concordia University Chicago’s flexible, online MBA program. Viewers of the webinar will learn about the MBA program curriculum, CUC’s admission requirements, and possible outcomes of your MBA. Learn more about CUC’s affordable MBA by registering for the webinar.
Get in Touch
- Beth Lewis
- (708) 263 - 6758
- Managing and Leading Effective Organizations
- Ethics, Law & Communication in Decision Making
- Global Marketing in the Digital Era
- Organizational Behavior
- Economics for Management
- Entrepreneurialism & Innovation
- Accounting for Decision Making
- Managing Human Capital (HR, HCM, Global Teams)
- Statistics Applied to Managerial Problems
- Financial Management
- Global Management
- Capstone Course
Not-for-Profit Management Specialization Courses
- Introduction to NFP Organizations
- Financial Management of NFP Organizations
- Topics in Board Governance & Management of Volunteers
- Fund Development & Management