• School of Business

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    School of Business
    651-523-2284
    hsb@hamline.edu

    Hamline Campus
    1536 Hewitt Ave.
    Saint Paul, MN 55104

    Minneapolis Center
    1600 Utica Ave. S.
    St. Louis Park, MN

    Amir Sabbagh
    Graduate Admissions Counselor
    651-523-2548
    asabbagh01@hamline.edu
      
    MS-A1740
    1536 Hewitt Avenue
    St. Paul, MN 55104-1284

  • MBA-Nonprofit Management Dual Degree Program

    The Hamline University Dual Degree Program in Business Administration and Nonprofit Management allows you to save time and money while completing two graduate degree programs: Master in Business Administration, and Master in Nonprofit Management.

    The Dual Degree Program in Business Administration and Nonprofit Management helps working professionals develop the core competencies they need to succeed and lead in today's diverse business and nonprofit environments.

    If you are interested in two masters degrees, many students find the sequential degrees a better option.  For more information, please visit the Sequential Degrees page.

    Who is the Program for?

    The Dual Degree Program in Business Administration and Nonprofit Management is for professionals interested in understanding the intersections of the business and nonprofit sectors.

    Program Requirements

    Students in the program complete 10 Nonprofit core courses and then take 24 credits of MBA courses across four semesters.  Coursework is completed with an additional 8 credits that can come from MBA or Nonprofit courses

    Nonprofit Management Courses:

    • Fundamentals of Nonprofit Organizations
    • Organizational Theory & Behavior
    • Financial Management for Nonprofits
    • Law for Nonprofit Organizations
    • Governance & Planning
    • Fundraising for Nonprofits 
    • Capstone for Nonprofits
    • Human Resources for Nonprofits
    • Research  Methods
    • Elective

    MBA Courses: 

    • Module 2 

      • Financial Accounting
      • Managerial Accounting
      • Managerial Economics 
      Module 3
      • Managerial Finance
      • Marketing Management
      • Managing the Global Marketplace    
      Module 5
      • Strategic Financial Analysis
      • Strategic Management & Capstone/Field Study Part I
      Module 6
      • Strategic Management & Capstone/Field Study Part II

    Curriculum

    The program curriculum provides students with the core knowledge and competencies required for success in the business and nonprofit sectors.

    More Information

    If have questions or need additional information, you may contact the Hamline University Office of Graduate Admissions by at 651-523-2900 or gradprog@hamline.edu.