BSLW 1150 Topics: Non Profit Management (Fall: 3 )
Students study a specific nonprofit and develop an analysis of important elements, strategies and management techniques. Class discussion, simulations, and lectures provide an opportunity to understand important concepts at a number of levels. Finally, guest speakers offer an opportunity to have contact with nonprofit leaders who function in the real world. The culmination of this work is the production of a strategic plan for the nonprofit that the student has chosen. The plan and a presentation offer the opportunity to integrate course material, demonstrate creativity, and mesh a conceptual understanding with real world issues and challenges.
Instructor(s): Sy Friedland
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Last Updated: 06-Apr-17