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Running a nonprofit organization requires many of the same challenges and responsibilities as any for-profit business: leadership skills, strategic planning, and a keen eye on the annual budget. However, the differences between the two sectors are both subtle and profound. The nonprofit organization management major will point out that the differences lie beyond the bottom line and speak to a greater sense of community awareness, social responsibility, and the desire to serve others.
Lakeland's nonprofit organization management curriculum teaches its students the most important economic and marketing principles and theories that help any organization to thrive. But its courses primarily focus on the practical and motivational differences of our country's growing nonprofit sector - a sector that serves our youth, our families, and our society.
Students who major in nonprofit organization management will be able to:
Click the links below to learn more about Lakeland's nonprofit organization management faculty.