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South Dakota State University    
 
    
 
  Feb 18, 2018
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Leadership and Management of Nonprofit Organizations Minor


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Program Coordinator/Contact

Kimberly Gustafson, Instructor
Department of Consumer Sciences
Wagner Hall 409
605-688-4684
E-mail: kimberly.gustafson@sdstate.edu
www.sdstate.edu/consumer-sciences

  

Program Information

The Leadership and Management of Nonprofit Organizations minor prepares students with opportunities to increase their abilities and skills in the work of leadership to enhance nonprofit organizations.

Students may earn the minor without completing the certification.

Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates with a minor in Leadership and Management of Nonprofit Organizations will:

  • understand and apply fundamental non-profit management terms, concepts and skills.
  • understand and apply the positive outcomes diversity brings to the classroom, workplace, team dynamics, problem solving processes, and decision making.
  • develop and apply necessary skills (i.e. clear communication, teamwork, ethical decision making, problem solving, advocacy, and financial management) to be an effective leader and non-profit professional.

Accreditation, Certification, and Licensure

National Certification through the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.

Course Delivery Format

Certification requirements are met through course work, co-curricular involvement, and an internship. National Certification through the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance in nonprofit management requires an additional 300-hour internship with a nonprofit organization.

Requirements for Leadership and Management of Nonprofit Organizations Minor: 18 Credits


Electives


Students may choose no more than one course per competency area for a total of 9 elective credits.  Credits: 9

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