Bachelor Programs in NPO

Compare 2 Bachelor Programs in NPO

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A bachelor is an undergraduate degree that is awarded when students complete a required set of courses in the areas of science, the arts, or business. Many graduates will often enter the work force, while others will continue on to earn their master’s or doctorate degree.

What is a Bachelor in NPO? This program is designed for those who want to manage a not-for-profit organization (NPO), and they will learn how to reinvest all extra revenue to reach the organization’s goals. Students will learn about the different types of NPOs as well as the economic and legal aspects of directing them. Every program will vary, but topics may revolve around tax status, leadership, planning, policies, strategy, fundraising, accountability and audition provisions, representation, economic activity, and supervision.

Students who pursue this degree will benefit in that they get to help the community through a service or charity organization. Whether they choose to work for an established organization or start their own, students will be able to make a difference.

The costs associated with an NPO degree can vary greatly from one institution to another. Factors involved include the location of the school and the program duration. Calling specific schools is the best way for students to find out what financial obligations will be required.

Individuals with an NPO degree can choose to work in nonprofit organizations that range from education, humanities, and religion to human services, health, and social change-leaning missions. Career paths may include development director, executive director, department manager, service or program leader, and fundraising director. Those with an entrepreneurial spirit may also want to start their own NPO in an area that is important to them.

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Bachelor of Business (Community Services Management)

Stott's College
Campus Full time 3 years November 2018 Australia Melbourne

The course is designed to give you a solid foundation in business disciplines, ensuring you can work in a number of roles across organisations or run your own business. The course is accredited by the Australian Community Workers Association (ACWA), the skills assessing authority, and is a pathway course for both diploma and post graduate courses in Australia accredited by ACWA. [+]

A rewarding career – professionally and financially – awaits you upon completion of your Bachelor of Business at Stott’s College.

The course is designed to give you a solid foundation in business disciplines, ensuring you can work in a number of roles across organisations or run your own business. The course is accredited by the Australian Community Workers Association (ACWA), the skills assessing authority, and is a pathway course for both diploma and post graduate courses in Australia accredited by ACWA.

Through both theoretical and practical examples, you will be taught the skills to be adaptable and proactive in the rapidly changing world of commerce. You will gain a comprehensive knowledge of industry, with subject studies in a broad range of areas including: Business, Human Resources, Information Systems, Law, and Marketing.... [-]


Bachelor of Nonprofit Management

North Park University
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Chicago

Learn how nonprofits work and prepare for a career helping others through the study of nonprofit leadership. You’ll be grounded in the fundamentals of the nonprofit sector—from societal problems that lead to a need for services to the inner workings that allow agencies to fulfill their missions. With nearly 1.5 million nonprofits in the United States, careers in nonprofit finance, marketing, fundraising, governance, and more are available if... [+]

Bachelor of Nonprofit Management

Learn how nonprofits work and prepare for a career helping others through the study of nonprofit leadership. You’ll be grounded in the fundamentals of the nonprofit sector—from societal problems that lead to a need for services to the inner workings that allow agencies to fulfill their missions. With nearly 1.5 million nonprofits in the United States, careers in nonprofit finance, marketing, fundraising, governance, and more are available if you have a desire to make a difference.

Why North Park?

Chicago is home to numerous nonprofit organizations and our faculty’s professional ties to many of them provide access for case studies and internships. The Axelson Center for Nonprofit Management is a vibrant hub on campus for students and nonprofit professionals to gain career development skills through workshops, seminars, and the Nonprofit Leadership Club. Combined coursework in business, nonprofit management, and sociology will prepare you to work in a nonprofit—or start your own.... [-]