Overview

Business - Not-for-Profit Management is a Bachelor of Arts degree within the Business Department. It is offered as an honours major, major, and minor.

A solid foundational background in business and economics, interwoven with an understanding of the unique aspects of the not-for-profit sector, will prepare you for a diverse range of responsibilities and management roles in NFP organizations. Connect your faith, learning and living with academic preparation to further enhance your service opportunities in charities, churches and community groups. Developing broad analytical skills  in different areas of business — marketing, accounting, and management — will enable you to innovatively create partnerships, manage programs and promote financial sustainability with the gained perspective of a Christian worldview and its impact on dynamic NFP environment.

Begin to explore what your four years in this program might look like.

FEATURED COURSES

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Participate in two 8-month paid work placements as part of the business co-op program. You will learn from and network with people in the industry, while also gaining invaluable experience and practice.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Visit local businesses on field trips, attend professional development events, and hear from industry experts as guest speakers in class.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Gain valuable field experience in your fourth year by working for a not-for-profit organization as an intern. Earn a full course credit by working 10 hours a week during the semester.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Work on projects give you the chance to work with actual clients as part of your course work, while also developing problem-solving skills through case studies and simulations.

MEET THE FACULTY

faculty
Prof. Laurie Busuttil Associate Professor and Chair, Business Program
faculty
Prof. Susan J. Van Weelden Professor of Business

Prof. Van Weelden has taught at Redeemer for over 30 years, having taught 20 different courses during that time. Her specialty is accounting but ...

STUDENT STORY

Sarah Farquharson
Business Not-for-Profit Management student ‘17

STUDENT STORY

Sarah Farquharson
Business Not-for-Profit Management student ‘17

" Not many people can say they are trying to work themselves out of a job, but working in the non-profit world is exactly that. But I wouldn’t change it for anything. My career in the not-for profit sector is truly an expression of my deep passions for the most vulnerable and marginalized, and I truly believe that Redeemer professors and experiential learning set me up for success. With the support and connections of my professors, I was able to land a co-op position with World Vision Canada in God’s timing. This was literally my dream job – getting paid to make a difference in the world. How could I be so lucky? I was able to apply what I learned in the classroom to real life, while also learning about the realities about charity work by showing up everyday. I don’t think there was a day during my co-op that I didn’t want to go to work. Working for the not-for-profit is not for the faint of heart, but leaving each day feeling you made a small difference in the world and contributing to God’s kingdom carries me through each day. "

CAREERS

  • Executive director
  • Program manager
  • Marketing executive
  • Account manager
  • Development officer
  • Fundraiser
  • Donor relations

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

  • MBA
  • MA in Not-for-Profit Management
  • Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP)
  • MPNL (Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership)
  • MPP (Master of Public Policy)
  • MMgt (Master of Management)

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