Nonprofit or community organization
Last modified: April 8, 2014, 4:52 PM
Building on the Antioch University MBA and the experience of the New England campus (AUNE), AUSB's MBA program will provide the leadership and staff of businesses and non-profit organizations, as well as those interested in the field, with the appropriate training to effectively attend to the "business-side" of non-profits, social businesses, and other areas pertaining to strategic leadership. The curriculum will provide students with graduate training to effectively "make a difference," an often stated reason for students attending AUSB.
The program design will include "core" or foundational courses typically associated with an MBA (i.e., management & leadership, human resources, marketing & public relations, finance & accounting, organizational development) and courses specific to social enterprise business models, non-profit organizations, and other strategic leadership contexts (i.e., entrepreneurship, fund-raising for non-profits, non-profit management & law, volunteer management, board relationships, business & marketing plans for non-profits.)
Youth, Mental health, Social enterprise, International relations, LGBT, International cooperation, Technology, Drug abuse, Job and workplace, Economic development, Social Business, Religion and spirituality, Human rights and civil liberties, Environment, Community development, Human services, Victim support, Civic engagement, Education, Network of nonprofits, Race and ethnicity