Managing Non-Profit Organizations

— BUSI 311 (3)

Provides students with a broad overview of the non-profit and voluntary sector and covers the role of non-profits, how to develop effective non-profit organizations and how to deal with the challenges facing these organizations. Issues will include management and administration, board selection and governance, recruiting and motivating volunteers, accountability and managing growth, change and diversity. The importance of creating and stating mission statements and developing and communicating strategic plans, both internally and externally, is examined. Prerequisites: BUSI 101, 201.
Course Code: BUSI 311 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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