Unleash your potential to change the world.
Whether you aspire to combat poverty, promote education, protect the environment, or support community development and the arts, a degree in nonprofit management will equip you with the tools to drive meaningful change and make your dreams for the world a reality. UCF Online’s Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts in Nonprofit Management degree helps you learn the fundamental elements of how nonprofit organizations operate. The program provides an in-depth look at two critical elements of nonprofits: fiscal resources and human (people) resources. Both are necessary for organizations to provide intended services to their community. Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared to pursue a national credential in nonprofit leadership and management from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance and a certificate in fundraising from the Association of Fundraising Professionals to help you be competitive and have an edge on the competition.
Through UCF Online, you’ll gain a well-rounded approach that provides you with the skills and knowledge required to support nonprofit organizations in a variety of capacities. Classes are offered fully online, making it easy to select class options that work for your schedule. You’ll also get first-hand experience working with a nonprofit organization through your required internship course. This allows you to learn what it takes to succeed in the industry while making connections along the way. The UCF School of Public Administration also coordinates an annual nonprofit conference that provides you with additional opportunities to directly interact with nonprofit leaders around the region and country. Get started today and become a catalyst for social transformation while building a rewarding career that aligns with your values.
Undergraduate Application Deadlines
- May 1
- November 1
- March 1
- July 1
- November 1
- March 1
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Analyze the methods of securing public funds, the process of budget making, and the techniques of management used in managing public funds.
Examine the recruitment, selection, training, and management of volunteers in nonprofit organizations and the application of management theory.
Learn the operations of nonprofit organizations, including working with board of directors, volunteer services, fund-raising and grantsmanship, financial management, and marketing.
Skills You'll Learn
- Fully understand volunteer management, board development, fundraising legal and ethical decision making, and general nonprofit management
- Support volunteer programs including the recruitment, training and retention.
- Implement program/service improvements based upon evaluation results and feedback.
2021 - 2031
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- Development Director
- Grants Manager
- Government Affairs Manager
- Planned Giving Officer
- Project Manager
- Project Coordinators