Nonprofit Leadership Studies Courses
Nonprofit Studies courses are offered in a variety of formats. Depending on the course, you can take classes online, face-to-face, or in a blended format. In blended courses, part of the class meets face-to-face, while the remainder of the material is covered online. The ratio of online coursework versus face-to-face instruction may vary by class.
|PACS 3000||Pathways to Civic Engagement||Fall & Spring||OL, BL|
|PADM 4200||Leadership Theory & Practice for Volunteer Managers||Fall||OL|
|PADM 4210||Introduction to Philanthropy & Fundraising||Spring||OL|
|PADM 4220||Proposal Writing & Grants Administration||Spring||OL, BL|
|PADM 4230||Social Evolution of Contemporary Volunteerism||Spring||OL|
|PADM 4240||Volunteer Management Concepts & Applications||Fall||OL|
|PADM 4250||Community Resource Mapping & Collaboration||Spring||OL|
|PADM 4260||Volunteer Program Planning & Evaluation||Fall||OL|
|PADM 4300||Nonprofit Leadership Capstone||Fall||FTF|
|PADM 4310||Community Service Internship||Fall||FTF|
|PADM 3700||Issues in Public Administration – Nonprofit Management||Fall||FTF|
|JOUR 3410||Public Relations for Nonprofits||Fall & Spring||FTF|
BL = Course is available in blended format and is offered partly online and partly face-to-face.
FTF = Course is a traditional face-to-face offering.
OL = Course is offered completely online.