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University of New Hampshire

LD827 - Leading & Govg Nonprofit Orgs

Course Description

This course guides participants in understanding nonprofit organizations and their management. Topics include motivations for starting nonprofit organizations as well as theories and strategies to balance the unique needs of nonprofits within market economies. This course covers considerations for staffing and volunteer management, funding sources, asset management, program evaluation and leadership structures as elements of identifying qualities of successful nonprofit organizations at various stages of development. Projects may include interviewing, building a nonprofit business plan, and presentations.

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3.0 units

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Spring 2024

Jan 23 to Mar 15
crn: 55640
Time: TBA
Professor(s): Dennis Martino
Live Seat Count: 11 available seats - (4 months ago)
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