Nonprofit Management Education

Columbia Business School - Tamer Center for Social Enterprise

Columbia University, Tamer Center for Social Enterprise
3022 Broadway, Room 203
New York, NY  10027
Region: Northeast

Contact Information

Professor Damon Phillips
Co-Director, Tamer Center for Social Enterprise
http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/socialenterprise
socialenterprise@gsb.columbia.edu

Graduate Program

Graduate courses offered Yes
Graduate course titles
  • Modern Political Economy
  • Globalization and Markets: Reforming International Economic Architecture
  • Service Operations Management
  • Finance and Sustainability
  • The Private Sector and International Development
  • New Developments in Energy Markets
  • Carbon Finance
  • Social Entrepreneurship: A Global Perspective
  • Financing Social Ventures: Risk Capital for Expansion
  • The Nonprofit Sector & the City
  • Private Equity & Entrepreneurship in Africa
  • Healthcare Industry in the 21st Century
  • Marketing The Arts, Culture and Education
  • Business in Society: Doing Well While Doing Good
  • Markets for the Poor
  • High Performing Nonprofits
  • Project Finance
  • Investor Influence on Corporate Sustainability
  • Energy and Resource Economics
  • Investing in Social Ventures
  • Launching Social Ventures
  • Social Venture Incubator
  • Effective Philanthropy in Urban Communities
  • Global Philanthropy
  • Social Impact Real Estate
  • Education Leadership
Part of certificate program No
Offers 3+ graduate courses in NPO management Yes
Graduate concentration offered Yes
Year concentration established
  • 1981
Concentration name(s)
  • Social Enterprise
Program/department name
  • Tamer Center for Social Enterprise
School/college
  • Business
Degree name
  • MBA
Doctoral degree name
Services this program provides to the nonprofit community
  • Internships
  • Practicums
  • Newsletters
  • Consultant Services
  • Workshops
  • Conferences
  • Commission Projects
  • Technical Assistance
  • Other
Services this program provides to the nonprofit community
  • Executive Education
Mechanisms used to inform nonprofit practitioners of this program's developments
  • Newsletters
  • Published papers, books
  • Workshops
  • Conferences
  • Seminars
  • Technical Assistance
  • Other
Other mechanisms used to inform nonprofit practitioners of this program's developments
  • Executive Education

Undergraduate Program

Undergraduate courses offered No

Joint Degree Program

Joint Program Offered No

Noncredit Program

Noncredit courses offered Yes
Noncredit course titles
  • Management, Marketing, Finance and Accounting, Organizational Structure
  • Strategy, Negotiations, Resource Development
  • Innovation, Entrepreneurial Thinking, Action Planning, Change Management
  • Leadership, Board Governance, Crisis Response, Planning for the Future
Part of certificate program No
Program/department name
  • Programs in Social Enterprise, Executive Education
School/college
  • Business
Services this program provides to the nonprofit community
  • Internships
  • Practicums
  • Newsletters
  • Workshops
  • Conferences
  • Technical Assistance
Mechanisms used to inform nonprofit practitioners of this program's developments
  • Published papers, books
  • Workshops
  • Conferences
  • Seminars
  • Technical Assistance

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Continuing Education Units offered No

Online Program

Online courses offered No
Last updated: 13 Jan 2017