Nonprofit organizations make up one of the fastest-growing employment sectors, creating a high demand for graduates with skills to work for these diverse organizations. The Minor in Nonprofit Management and Social Innovation offers a unique program of study if you're interested in a career, leadership and/or volunteer experience within the nonprofit sector.
Through this minor, you will enhance your undergraduate education in nine (9) core competencies including:
In this minor, you will complete rigorous, comprehensive, academic and experiential requirements to meet industry standards and prepare you for nonprofit sector careers.
Required Courses: (9 credit hours)
Students must complete the required courses for the minor.
Elective Courses (6 credits)
Students select 6 credits of electives coursework. Note: Students seeking an elective course not appearing on the list may request a substitution from the Program Director prior to registration of the requested course.
Total Number of Credit Hours: 15Curriculum