PBC in Nonprofit Management

Gain valuable training to meet the unique challenges faced by nonprofit organizations. A flexible curriculum, relevant coursework, and experienced faculty prepare you to make a positive impact in your community.

  • 15 credit hours total
  • Fully online, fully face-to-face, and blended course options available
  • Designed for those already working or volunteering in the nonprofit sector
  • Program offered through UNCG’s Master of Public Affairs (MPA)
  • Connected to local nonprofit organizations
  • Networking opportunities with nonprofit professionals, classmates, and professors
  • Comprehensive education resulting in a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
  • Small class sizes (15-25 students)
  • Flexible curriculum with electives that fit your learning needs
  • Finish in 1 to 2 years
  • Certificate credits can be applied to the MPA (contact advisor for details)
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Designed to meet the training needs of nonprofit professionals, this program prepares students for management positions in the nonprofit sector.

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