Minor in Nonprofit Management
The Minor in Nonprofit Management is open to students in any discipline. The Minor in Nonprofit Management provides the opportunity for students to learn the characteristics of the nonprofit sector, the purpose of the nonprofit sector in American society, and basic management and fundraising techniques. Students will be provided the opportunity to prepare themselves for leadership positions in social service, youth, environmental, health, arts, senior and other nonprofit organizations.
All students seeking the Minor in Nonprofit Management must complete the following 12 semester credit hours:
NPO 3003 Fundraising in Nonprofit Agencies
NPO 3013 Introduction to Nonprofit Agencies
NPO 4933 Internship in Nonprofit Management
PAD 3043 Public and Nonprofit Financial Management
Student must also take 6 semester credit hours or any two courses from the following list:
COM 3893 Organizational Communication
PAD 3113 Managing Public and Nonprofit Organizations
PAD 3123 Strategic Planning in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors
PAD 4953 Special Topics in Nonprofit Organizations
Students should not take NPO 4933 until they have completed 9 hours in the minor. To declare a Minor in Nonprofit Management, obtain advice, obtain lists of relevant courses, or seek approval of substitutions for course requirements, students should consult the College of Public Policy Advising Center (located on the Downtown Campus).