MBA Nonprofit

MBA Nonprofit brings forward an entrepreneurial and managerial approach to create, manage and grow sustainable high impact nonprofit in a broader socio-economic context of Nepal. We aim to promote a discourse of “financially sustainable, impact-driven, accountable and transparent nonprofit organizations that foster local innovations through participatory collaborations.” The program combines academic rigor and professional practice to empower leaders for high-impact nonprofit startups, social enterprises, profit-not-distributing companies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), international NGOs, foundations, corporate social responsibility projects, public-private partnerships, and social businesses of Nepal and beyond.

Academic Discourse

Students participate in a 60-credit academic discourse led by practitioners and scholars from the business, nonprofit and development sectors. They can combine various courses to tailor their learning journey. All nonprofit management majors were designed locally, in close collaboration with industry experts and nonprofit leaders in Nepal and beyond.

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Little Big Boot Camp for Nonprofit Leaders

Little Big Boot Camp is a 6-week long boot camp for leaders of small and medium-size nonprofit organizations of Nepal. Promoting a discourse of design thinking, entrepreneurial mindset, innovative fundraising, and effective grant writing, the boot camp aims to empower nonprofit leaders with skills related to project design and resource development.

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Course List

Core Courses (24 credits)

Organizational Leadership
Organizational Behaviour
Marketing Management
Managerial Economics
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Research Methods
Managerial Accounting
Financial Management
Strategic Management
Managerial Communications
Applied Capstone

Nonprofit Management Majors (24 credits)

Managing Nonprofit Organizations
Governance and Leadership
Fundraising and Grants Management
Project Management
Monitoring and Evaluation
Public Policy Analysis
Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Logistics Management for Humanitarian and Development Projects

Electives (3 credits)

Leading Strategic Change in Organizations
Financial Statement Analysis
International Human Resource Mgmt.
Rural Marketing and Sustainability
Data Analytics and Business Intelligence
Entrepreneurship and New Ventures Creation
Operations Management

Note: The choice of electives might change depending on the industry demands, student groups, and other relevant logics.

Career Pathways (Journey Map)

Students of MBA Nonprofit at King’s College have attractive career prospects ranging from further education to independent employment:
  1. Further Education (Ph.D., M.Phil., Masters)
  2. Nonprofit Enterprise (Social Enterprise, NGO)
  3. Job in Nonprofit Organization (Social Enterprise, NGO, INGO)
  4. Academic Facilitator in Related Programs
  5. Independent Consultant

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Affiliated to Westcliff University, California.

Accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission

ACBSP Accredited

Approved by the Ministry of Education, Government of Nepal

Recognized by Tribhuvan University

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Little Big Boot Camp for Nonprofit Leaders

Little Big Boot Camp is a 6-week long boot camp for leaders of small and medium-size nonprofit organizations of Nepal. Promoting a discourse of design thinking, entrepreneurial mindset, innovative fundraising, and effective grant writing, the boot camp aims to empower nonprofit leaders with skills related to project design and resource development.