The intimate class sizes and cohort experience ensures that our students are part of a supportive environment and network from day one. Professors and fellow classmates develop a support system that ensures professional development inside and outside of the classroom. In addition, our students have the opportunity to take courses in the Boler College of Business and College of Arts and Sciences with students outside the Nonprofit Administration program. Flexible class scheduling ensures that working professionals can continue to thrive in their career while learning new skills that apply in the office the next day.
There are impressive employment opportunities in the nonprofit sector.
According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics:
- There are 1.5 million nonprofit organizations in the U.S.
- These organizations generate annual revenues of $1.74 trillion (2013).
- Nonprofit organizations contributed to 5.3% of the GDP in 2014.
According to the Independent Sector:
- Ohio is home to 60 thousand nonprofit organizations.
- Nonprofits employ 11.6% of the state’s workforce.
- Ohio nonprofits generate $103.2 billion in annual revenues.
No, the program covers a wide variety of topics that are pertinent to organizations across different sectors. The course electives provide an opportunity to specialize in certain areas that match your interests. The program helps students enhance management skills that are needed regardless of nonprofit, government, or private organization that they will work with.