No, this is not one of our 13 concentrations. Booth’s curriculum is designed to offer a discipline-based approached to business education, and the school doesn’t view nonprofit management as a discipline wholly separate from the broader discipline of management. Classes are designed to apply to those working in traditional for-profits, social ventures, nonprofits, and the public sector. With the creation of the Social Enterprise Initiative in 2012, the school has increased the number of courses, co-curricular programs, and events that have a specific focus on the social sector. Many of the additional courses are experiential lab courses.