Sep 29, 2020  
Catalog 2020-2021 
    
Catalog 2020-2021

Nonprofit Management, Minor


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The minor in Nonprofit Management provides you with the opportunity to gain the knowledge and professional skills needed to effectively lead and manage within the community-based nonprofit organization sector, or to prepare for a graduate degree in Public Administration. This program develops better and more informed non profit organization managers in order to improve service delivery, promote more cost-effective service, make better use of increasingly scarce resources and strengthen the ability of community organizations to achieve their missions.

The Nonprofit Management minor provides you with the knowledge and skills necessary to become an effective leader and manager within the community-based nonprofit organization sector, focusing on organizational, operational, and regulatory aspects of accounting, management, finance and staff leadership that are unique to nonprofit organizations.

Learning Outcomes


Management Concepts, Tools, and Theories

Demonstrate understanding of the concepts and tools of management and apply them to real-world cases, challenges, and situations

Professional Communication

Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate complex ideas to diverse audiences in a variety of professional settings, both orally and in writing.

Collaborative Leadership

Apply principles of collaboration and negotiation to establish shared vision and achieve mutual goals.

Data-Driven and Ethical Decision Making

Use analytic tools to make recommendations and decisions about programs and business operations.

Equity and Social Justice

Apply principles of cultural awareness and an understanding of social identities to promote diversity, equity, and social justice.

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