BS in Business Administration + MS in Nonprofit Leadership Dual-Level Program [Online]
Equipped with a biblical worldview and the hard and soft skills needed for a thriving career, students in this program will learn how to lead with integrity in the ever-changing global marketplace—chiefly in the nonprofit sector.
Why You Should Consider This Program:
Business principles apply to all areas of the world and are necessary for growth. Providing a well-rounded education of business, the Business Administration degree prepares students for careers in a variety of settings. The business administration degree stretches your limits to prepare you for whatever comes next.
Earning a BS in Business Administration concurrently with an MS in Nonprofit Leadership will set you apart in the job market and allow for more opportunities for growth in your career. You’ll be equipped with resources and training in financial management, fundraising, decision making, and organizational effectiveness so you can help nonprofits expand their reach and operate at their maximum potential.
How it Works:
This program condenses six years of study (four-year bachelor’s + two-year master’s) into just five years by starting master-level courses as early as your junior year. By completing both degrees together, you will also continue to receive your undergraduate scholarships and financial aid for all five years of study, which will save you thousands of dollars.
- Join Cairn-Enactus, a nationally ranked entrepreneurship program.
- Utilize Cairn’s business connections to enter world-class internships while you study.
- Be mentored by professors who have successful, global experience in business.
- Study coursework relevant to today’s workforce.
- Graduate from a program full of successful & driven alumni. 95% of our students are employed within three months of graduation.
Apply to Cairn indicating your interest in the business administration major. Once you are accepted and on campus, you will have an academic advisor who will guide you through the steps of pursuing the dual-level program.
- Program Leadership
- Community Relations
- Human Resources
- Event/Program Management