General Management - Nonprofit Management Emphasis

The General Management Major with Nonprofit Management Emphasis seeks to develop undergraduate-level academic credit courses that provide a foundational base of knowledge with respect to the scope and significance of the sector as well as public policy and advocacy, finance and fundraising, financial management, managing staff and volunteers, assessment and evaluation, and offer an opportunity for career development and civic engagement.

General Management Major Required Courses Total of 12 Credits
MANGEMNT 366SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY3
MANGEMNT 369LEADERSHIP IN MANAGEMENT3
MANGEMNT 410INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT3
MANGEMNT 419ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE3
Total 12 credits
Nonprofit Management Emphasis Required Courses Total of 9 Credits:
MANGEMNT 370FOUNDATIONS OF NONPROFIT AND NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS3
MANGEMNT 493COOPERATIVE/INTERNSHIP IN MANAGEMENT3
POLISCI 330PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS AND ADVOCACY3
Total 9 credits
General Management Electives Total 3 Credits from the following courses:3
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
NEGOTIATION STRATEGIES
SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT
ENTREPRENEURSHIP: BUSINESS FEASIBILITY
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ENTREPRENEURSHIP
SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT
INTRODUCTION TO SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYTICS
Total Units24