News and Events
Master of Organizational Leadership Degree to Launch in Fall 2015
Drawing on North Park University’s long history of preparing its students to become effective leaders in their careers and communities, the School of Business and Nonprofit Management is rising to meet that need with a new master of organizational leadership, launching in Fall 2015. Designed for senior executives and entry-level employees alike, the program combines leadership theory, ethics, and the advanced skills necessary to prepare students to become effective leaders in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Read More
Delta Mu Delta Honor Society Inducts New Members
On Thursday, April 23, 2015, SBNM will host our annual Delta Mu Delta induction ceremony to welcome new members into this national honor society. We recognize these students who have achieved excellence in their studies. Members receive lifetime membership, and are eligible to apply for Delta Mu Delta scholarships and enjoy networking with other members across the country.
Visit the Delta Mu Delta website to learn more about the organization and its benefits: www.deltamudelta.org.
Thanking our Educational Partners
Each term SBNM students are assigned project/papers that involve the organizations (business and nonprofit) where they work or volunteer. Individuals from those organizations who answers questions, provide written materials or other assistance are truly our educational partners.
If you are a graduate student who may have worked with various individuals (educational partners) in order to obtain information for various projects and papers, we would like to thank them. If you would like SBNM to do so, please fill out our Educational Partnership Letter and return the letter to SBNM.
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SBNM Graduate Information Sessions
For prospective students who reside in the Chicago area, information sessions are an excellent way to explore the campus and meet face-to-face with faculty and staff. Information sessions are held at each of our campus locations, including Chicago and Grayslake. An information session typically lasts 60-90 minutes and is an excellent way to:
- Learn about North Park degree and certificate programs, including information about admissions and financial aid
- Have the opportunity to meet faculty to discuss your career and how it can be supported through our programs
- Tour the campus and have an opportunity to ask as many questions as you wish
Get all the information you need to get started at one of our upcoming information sessions. You still have time to apply and begin coursework this year.