Nonprofit Management Major
This program is offered only through Online and Continuing Education (OCE).
The major in Nonprofit Management provides students practical business and managerial knowledge specific to the nonprofit sector. Courses in the major ground students in nonprofit management fundamentals, strategy, social entrepreneurship, nonprofit law and governance, fiscal management, marketing and social media, fundraising, resource development, and grant writing. The Nonprofit Management degree prepares graduates for careers in community and nonprofit settings, graduate school, and post-baccalaureate service-oriented programs.
This major is available as a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree, as defined in the section on degree requirements for all majors in this catalog.
|BNPM 370||MANAGING NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS||4|
|BNPM 371||SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP & ENTERPRISES||4|
|BNPM 372||NONPROFIT LAW & GOVERNANCE||4|
|BNPM 373||FISCAL MANAGEMENT & ACCOUNTING FOR NPOS||4|
|BNPM 470||NONPROFIT MARKETING & SOCIAL MEDIA||4|
|BNPM 471||FUNDRAISING & RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT||4|
|BNPM 472||NONPROFIT STRATEGY & STRATEGIC PLANNING||4|
|BNPM 473||GRANT WRITING GRANT WRITING||4|
|BNPM 495||NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT CAPSTONE||2|
|BNSS 150||MICROSOFT EXCEL FOR BUSINESS||2|
|BNSS 240||FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE||2|
|BNSS 265||FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS REPORTING||2|
Student Learning Outcomes
In successfully completing the major, students should be able to:
- Appreciate ethical and legal aspects of the nonprofit sector.
- Apply knowledge of the management and strategy of organizations to nonprofits.
- Understand the role of marketing for nonprofits.
- Demonstrate competency in the fiscal management of nonprofit organizations.
- Demonstrate literacy in nonprofit fundraising, resource development, and grant writing.