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  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2019

NonProfit Leadership Program


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WSSU Nonprofit Leadership Program

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Learning Goals


1. Students will be familiar with the basic concepts of nonprofit leadership.
2. Students will understand the various business aspects of nonprofits.
3. Prepare students to participate in the development and leadership of nonprofits.
The program of study for a certificate in Nonprofit Leadership requires the completion of the following 18 semester hours of course work with grades of C or better:

The Nonprofit Leadership Program at WSSU offers an innovative curriculum that prepares students to become the next generation of nonprofit leaders. The Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership is an online program that serves traditional students, professionals currently working in nonprofit agencies, and professionals seeking to transition their employment into the nonprofit sector. To receive the certificate, students must complete the required 18 semester hours, and earn or have earned a Bachelor’s degree.

The certificate in Nonprofit Leadership will provide coursework and experiential training to prepare the next generation of nonprofit leaders. This online program appeals to traditional students from a variety of disciplines. Students must complete the following 18 semester hours to fulfill the requirements of the certificate.

 

Course ID

Course Name

Semester Hrs

SOC 3360

Issues in the Non-Profit Sector

3

PSY 3302

Psychology of Adolescence

3

MKT 3303

Fundamentals of Non-Profit Marketing

3

ACC 3101

Fundamentals of Non-Profit Accounting

1.5

MGT 4387

Leadership: A Practical & Theoretical Approach

3

MIS 3102

Managing Technology in the Non Profit Environment

1.5

BUA 4391

Business Internship

3

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