Nonprofit Management Concentration


In a fast-paced, money-driven culture, it may seem difficult to find a way to make a difference as a professional. But there are numerous non-profit organizations making an impact on a daily basis.

The quality and attention of your LeTourneau professors means you'll gain the expert nonprofit management instruction typically reserved for the graduate level - there are just a handful of similar programs in the country!

All courses are taught with a focus on ethics and socially responsible leadership. You'll graduate ready to launch a career that puts both your business skills and your compassion for people and service organizations to use.

  • Develop a strong understanding of the core competencies of running a successful nonprofit
  • Includes fundraising, law and finance
  • Sharpen your skills through hands-on learning with a nonprofit internship
  • Provides the broad business skills key to any successful business operation


Interesting Courses You'll take

Students who wish to graduate with a concentration in non-profit management must complete the following courses:

  • Nonprofit Leadership and Management
  • Grant Writing
  • Fundraising
  • Managing Volunteers


To learn more about earning a Business Administration, B.S. + Non-profit Management, view course requirements.


What can you do with this concentration?

Students with expertise in non-profit management may find jobs in the positions listed below or similar positions:

  • Project Management
  • Program Management
  • Director of Community Services
  • Missionary Work
  • Development Coordinator
  • Fundraising Specialist