LEAD 304 - Non-Profit Leadership

Description
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the organizational characteristics and accountability structures of non-profit organizations. Students will examine performance expectations of leaders working in the non-profit sector and ethical demands they face. Students will evaluate and critque leader performance using case studies and real-world examples. Topics covered include strategic planning, board governance, volunteer development, budgeting and financial management, human resource management, and capital campaign planning and implementation. A variety of learning methods will be utilized to support achievement of course objectives and outcomes including lecture, assigned readings, case studies, group discussions, research assignments, and group activities.
Credits
3
Attributes
College of Adult/Prof Studies
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Avg. Class Size
25
Avg. Sections
1