The Non-Profit Leadership specialization of the Master of Science in Human Service from Lubbock Christian University prepares you for the effective administration and management of nonprofit organizations. Whether your goal is to start a new nonprofit group, expand the service scope of an existing organization, or transform a nonprofit company and re-energize its mission, this specialization will give you the leadership and strategic planning skills to accomplish your goals.
In the Administration specialization, you'll study the latest leadership theory, human resources best practices, advanced communications skills, and innovative fundraising strategies to help your not-for-profit company reach its full potential. Learn how to successfully grow nonprofit organizations in the human services field. Discover new and innovative ways to grow your communication and leadership skills to make a difference in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.
Upon graduation from the MHSC program with a specialization in Non-Profit Leadership from Lubbock Christian University, the communication and effective leadership skills you have learned will prepare you for success to follow your calling to servant leadership in a wide range of fulfilling career paths. Potential occupations for graduates may include working in leadership roles in the non-profit sector for community and social services organizations, such as family and protective services, violence prevention programs, victims’ advocacy services, public policy makers and a range of other human services groups. Leaders of 501(c)3 organizations, charities, philanthropic companies, and social entrepreneurial groups are often at the helm of the organization’s efforts toward grantwriting, grantmaking, fundraising, philanthropy, and community development.