Nonprofit Organizations (Minor)

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The minor in Nonprofit Organizations requires 20 quarter credit hours (5 courses) and is available to degree seeking undergraduates. The minor is designed for students interested in learning the structure, operations, and fundraising activities necessary for a successful nonprofit organization. Students may also complete an internship with a nonprofit organization as part of the minor's requirements. The minor in Nonprofit Organizations pairs well with many undergraduate majors and is structured in a manner that enables students to complete the minor as part of a combined Bachelors/Masters degree in conjunction with the School of Public Service.

Course Title Quarter Hours
Choose one required introductory course:
INTRODUCTION TO NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
INTRODUCTION TO NON-PROFIT MANAGEMENT
Choose one from core offerings:
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
FUNDRAISING FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Choose three elective courses from:
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS *
FUNDRAISING FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS *
FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING
ADVOCACY AND LOBBYING
SPECIAL TOPICS IN NONPROFIT STUDIES
INTERNSHIP
SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMMUNITY SERVICE STUDIES
COMMUNITY INTERNSHIP
The three electives may also be chosen from**:
CROSS-SECTOR ANALYSIS
SUSTAINABLE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
VOLUNTEERISM IN GLOBAL CIVIL SOCIETY
NONPROFIT FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION
MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
VALUES-CENTERED LEADERSHIP
LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
GROUP DYNAMICS FOR LEADERS
MARKETING FOR SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS
WORKING WITH NONPROFIT BOARDS
BEHAVIORAL STRATEGIES FOR PUBLIC SERVICE
FOUNDATION MANAGEMENT
ANALYSIS OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
LAW AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL NGOs