Earn a Nonprofit Administration Degree at Lindenwood!
Lindenwood University is the only accredited institution of higher education in the St. Louis metropolitan area to possess both undergraduate offerings (Minor) and a Master of Arts (both traditional and online) in Nonprofit Administration. Based on extensive research and benchmarking, a solid curriculum at both academic levels has been developed based on the following six core competencies: Planning, Governance, Finance/Legal, Fund Development, Communication, Evaluation, and Historical Perspectives.
- Nonprofit Administration Minor
- Business Administration (BA, BS) with Emphasis in Nonprofit Administration
Nonprofit Administration Faculty
Dr. Julie Turner
Julie Turner is a Professor of Nonprofit Administration. She earned her Doctorate of Philosophy in Education at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, her M.A. in Adult and Continuing Education at Michigan State University, and her B.A. in Sociology and Religion at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. Dr. Turner has over twenty years of experience in education and nonprofit leadership, having served as a K-12 teacher and administrator, fund development/grant writing expert, and serving in a variety of leadership capacities through organizations such as Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Greater St. Louis, Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis, Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation, and Washington University in St. Louis.
She serves on the board of directors for Community Council of St. Charles County and is the Regional Chair of Thrivent Financial-Heartland Region and is actively involved as a community volunteer in a wide range within school, nonprofit, and church settings.
Dr. Turner was recognized as “Professor of the Year” by the Lindenwood Student Government Association (2020); received the "Emerson Award for Teaching Excellence" (2015) and the "Lindenwood Service Award" (2018) as well as serving as a Faculty Fellow for Student Engagement in 2019.