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Program and Courses

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Program and Courses

 image Program
 
Classes are offered primarily in the evening and on weekends to accommodate working professionals. The Master of Nonprofit Organization Management at the Department of Nonprofit Organization Management consists of two degree options:

 Master of Nonprofit Organization Management (MNOM)
The Master of Nonprofit Organization Management (MNOM) degree consists of 30 credit hours of academic work and 6 credit hours of thesis writing taken over two years of full-time study, or approximately 36 months of part-time study. Students take 9 hours of required courses, and 21 hours of elective courses (see below). This structure provides the student with great autonomy and flexibility to customize his or her program of study to meet diverse learning objectives and professional needs.
  
● Master of Nonprofit Organization Management (MNOM)—Executive Option
The MNOM - Executive Option is a professional degree option designed for nonprofit managers and practitioners with professional, management, or supervisory experience. The MNO - Executive Option is based upon the Master of Nonprofit Organization Organizations curriculum and its courses mainly offered on weekend.
 
 
image Courses
 
Course offerings for MNOM and MNOM - Executive Option programs:
Courses
Title
Credits
Required
Management of Nonprofit Organizations
Research Methods
Readings in Nonprofit Organizations
3
3
3
Elective
Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations
Human Resource Management in Nonprofit Organizations
Nonprofit Leadership and Governance
Organizational Performance Measurement
Nonprofit Accounting
Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations
Managerial Control in Nonprofit Organizations
Strategic Management in Nonprofit Organizations
Management of Non-Governmental Organizations
Management of Volunteers
International Volunteering
Social Welfare and Nonprofit Organizations
Human Service Organizations
Ethics and Accountability in Nonprofit Organizations
Community Development and Nonprofit Organizations
Civil Society in Comparative Perspective
Partnership of Government and Nonprofit Organizations
Nonprofit Public Policy and Advocacy
Program Evaluation in Nonprofit Organizations
Social Enterprise and Innovation
Industrialization in Nonprofit Organizations
Organizational Behavior
Economic Analysis for Nonprofit Managers
Venture Philanthropy and Community Engagement
Public Policy and Humanitarian Aid
Public Relation for Nonprofit Organizations
Public Administration and Nonprofit Organizations
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
 
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