Graduate School of Nonprofit Management

Passionate about making change in the world, but want the support and structure of an MBA program? American Jewish University is proud to offer a program that encompasses exactly that through the Graduate School of Nonprofit management. The MBA in Nonprofit Management program is an intensive 18 month degree program designed with specialty tracts in Social Entrepreneurship in a Diverse World, Fund Development and Jewish Community Leadership. Our merit-based, ChangeMaker Scholarships that offer generous grants ranging from 50-80% of student’s tuition are still available for qualified fall semester candidates! Contact Dean Rhoda Weisman at or (310) 440-1259.

Executive Summary

The MBA Nonprofit Management Program at American Jewish University affords working professionals the opportunity of earning an MBA while maintaining employment. With classes conveniently held in the late afternoon and at night, students are exposed to a challenging curriculum that teaches them the business and leadership aspects of managing a nonprofit enterprise. Students experience a rich cross-pollination of thought and practice, learning from both nonprofit practitioners and as well as students who bring a myriad of perspectives into the classroom. Our experienced faculty provides current information and practical analysis of some of today's most challenging situations facing executive leaders and provides thoughtful effective solutions.

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