The Bachelor of Arts in Nonprofit Administration degree is designed to:
- Equip human service personnel with additional management and communication skills to address the needs of urban human services and non-profit agencies;
- Prepare students to assume administrative or managerial roles in human services agencies that deal with welfare reform, work and training, substance abuse, mental health, domestic violence, and health and nutrition;
- Provide access to faculty members with expertise in public administration and non-profit management in an urban setting;
Prepare students for future career challenges, including graduate work in a number of fields.
Parallel LCCC Program
CSU has “multi-term” registration, which means in March, students register for classes for Fall, Spring, and Summer of the entire next academic year. For example, in March 2019, students register for all of Fall 2019, Spring 2020, and Summer 2020. Therefore, students expecting to take courses in any semester in the 19-20 school year are advised to apply before (or by) January 2019.
To apply to the Partnership, follow the steps below:
- Complete an online application. Select “pay by mail” and don’t pay $40.
- Complete a Partnership Supplement Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. This waives the $40 fee.
- Request all colleges you attended to send official transcripts directly to CSU. High school, also.
- Once your materials are in, check your CampusNet for an admission decision. It can happen fast!
- Once admitted, meet with your CSU advisor. The Partnership office can help with this, if needed.
For assistance, please call 440-366-4850 or email email@example.com.
Admitted CSU Partnership students meet their advisor at LCCC, in the CSU Partnership Office, UC 113. For assistance in scheduling an appointment, please call 440-366-4850 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.