Nonprofit Business Administration
Why Study Non-Profit Business Administration at TFC?
The Nonprofit Business Administration major is an online degree completion program in the growing nonprofit sector of the world economy. Students will gain knowledge and experience preparing them to lead effective and creative nonprofit organizations in a growing number of social services, government, non-government, and faith-based organizations.
This degree program produces marketplace professionals with business knowledge and skills for service in nonprofit organizations by integrating the pursuit of truth with Godly character.
- Bible & Theology
- Counseling in Ministry
- Criminal Justice
- Marriage & Family Counseling
- Ministry Leadership
“The business administration department is focused on developing leaders and managers that balance their personal spiritual lives with professional skills.”
Dr. Staci Sulhoff
Business Administration Department Chair
Nonprofit Business Administration Courses
The online Bachelor of Science in Nonprofit Business Administration is a 126 hour program that includes 66 hours of general education courses (including 30 hours of Bible & Theology), 18 hours of open electives, and 42 hours of major-specific courses.
- Business for Nonprofit Organizations
- Nonprofit Ethics & Social Responsibility
- Nonprofit Law & Governance
- Nonprofit Financial Management
- Strategic Nonprofit Management
- Nonprofit Marketing
What can you do with a Nonprofit Business Administration Degree?
Graduates who earn a bachelor degree in business administration will find that they have many career opportunities and possibilities that lie ahead of them. These are just a few of the possible careers with a business administration degree that you can pursue:
Nonprofit Business Manager
Graduates are prepared to enter the field of non-profit ministry or serve within faith-based organizations. The business and leadership knowledge gained through the program allows students to transition into these fields with the skills and competencies needed to flourish.
Entrepreneur/Small Business Owner
Many students that graduate with a nonprofit degree are interested starting their own businesses or ministry.
Community Service Officer
These positions work closely with a community to provide opportunities in variety of areas including outreach, education and improvements. A nonprofit business administration graduate would be well suited in this role as it calls for significant leadership and fundraising skills.
As a philanthropy manager, graduates would put their skills in organization and finance to use to help coordinate plans and create strategies for companies to allocate philanthropic funds.