MBA with a Specialization in Nonprofit / Corporate Social Responsibility / Ethics

The MBA nonprofit management program is designed for students to meet their professional goals and develop careers that are rewarding, challenging, as well as enhancing their ability to earn executive level compensation. A growing number of business students are looking to create change by working in nonprofits, non-governmental organizations, and social enterprises. The nonprofit MBA program can help students apply core business principles (like strategy, finance, and marketing) to these organizations, so they can effectively drive social impact. The Nonprofit MBA’s core focus is based on a understanding in the theories and practice of business management while emphasizing the specific needs of the nonprofit organization sector.

An increasing number of business schools offer a specialization in nonprofit/social responsibility/ethics these days, and the below ranking for this specialization lists the best nonprofit MBA programs right now.

 

Best MBA Programs in Nonprofit: USNews 2017 Rankings

  1. Yale University
  2. Stanford University
  3. University of California—Berkeley (Haas)
  4. Harvard University
  5. Northwestern University (Kellogg)
  6. Duke University (Fuqua)
  7. University of Michigan—Ann Arbor (Ross)
  8. Columbia University
  9. University of California—Los Angeles (Anderson)
  10. Fordham University (Gabelli)

Best MBA Programs in Corporate Social Responsibility/Ethics: Financial Times 2017 Rankings

  1. Uni. of Notre Dame: Mendoza
  2. Yale School of Management
  3. UC at Berkeley: Haas
  4. University of Michigan: Ross
  5. Ipade Business School
  6. George Washington University
  7. RSM, Erasmus University
  8. University of Oxford: Saïd
  9. Duke University: Fuqua
  10. ESMT Berlin
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