Nonprofit Management Minor

Requirements

Nonprofit Management Minor for Sawyer Business School students (3 courses, 9-10 credits)

Required Courses (2 courses, 6 credits)

P.AD-325Nonprofit Management

3

P.AD-330Fundraising for Nonprofits

3

Choose one course (3-4 credits) from the following:

ACCT-415Not-For-Profit Accounting and Control

3

ENT-340Crowdfunding the Venture

3

ENT-350Social Entrepreneurship

3

POLS-224Getting on the Agenda: Public Policy Processes & Procedures

4

POLS-309Transitional Justice

4

HST-236Public History in Practice

4

MGT-301Leading Change

3

MGT-401Negotiations

3

MKT-436Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations: Insights and Innovation

3

P.AD-327Collaborative Public Management

3

P.AD-328Nonprofit Financial Management

3

P.AD-329Grant Writing and Management

3

P.AD-410Public Service Internship

3

PSYCH-346SL-Community Psychology

4

SOC-228Cultural Diversity

4

THETR-281Arts Administration I

4

A student declaring a minor may use no more than two courses from a major or double major combination to fulfill the requirements for the minor. No more than one course from one minor may count toward the fulfillment of a second minor. Students may not minor in a subject in which they are also completing a major. 

ACCT-415, ENT-340, ENT-350, MGT-301, MGT-401, MKT-436 have prerequisites; please discuss with Professor Brendan Burke, the Nonprofit Management Advisor, to include them in your curriculum planning.

Nonprofit Management Minor for College of Arts and Sciences students (5 courses, 15-18 credits)

Required Courses (2 courses, 6 credits)

P.AD-325Nonprofit Management

3

P.AD-330Fundraising for Nonprofits

3

Courses may not be double counted toward multiple minor and/or major selections.

ACCT-415, ENT-340, ENT-350, MGT-301, MGT-401, MKT-436 have prerequisites; please discuss with Professor Brendan Burke, the Nonprofit Management Advisor, to include them in your curriculum planning.

Choose three courses (9-12 credits) from the following:

ACCT-415Not-For-Profit Accounting and Control

3

BLE-215Business Ethics and Law

3

ENT-340Crowdfunding the Venture

3

ENT-350Social Entrepreneurship

3

POLS-224Getting on the Agenda: Public Policy Processes & Procedures

4

POLS-309Transitional Justice

4

HST-236Public History in Practice

4

MGT-301Leading Change

3

MGT-401Negotiations

3

MKT-436Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations: Insights and Innovation

3

P.AD-327Collaborative Public Management

3

P.AD-328Nonprofit Financial Management

3

P.AD-329Grant Writing and Management

3

P.AD-410Public Service Internship

3

PSYCH-346SL-Community Psychology

4

SOC-228Cultural Diversity

4

THETR-281Arts Administration I

4