Department of Human Services & Counseling
Nonprofit Studies Concentration
The Nonprofit Studies concentration was designed for students who want to create and run nonprofit organizations, work in fundraising, volunteer coordination, and other areas of nonprofit management. This concentration offers students the knowledge and skills to be an effective leader in the nonprofit sector in order implement social change. rovides a comprehensive program in the academic learning and specific skills set training to work in this field. While core courses provide an introduction to the nonprofit sector to all human services students, upper division courses concentrate on building skills and experience in students desiring management and administrative jobs specifically for the nonprofit or public sector.
For more information, please contact Dr. Sandra Howard.
|B.S. in Human Services, Nonprofit Studies|
|Human Services core courses||31|
|Nonprofit Studies concentration||24|
|Total hours required for degree||120|
|Nonprofit Studies required courses:|
|HSP 2780 - Building A Sustainable Nonprofit||3|
|HSP 3210 - Organizing and Advocacy for Social Change||3|
|HSP 3220 - Conflict Resolution and Decision Making||3|
|HSP 3510 - The People of Nonprofits: Staff, Board, Volunteers, Clients and You||3|
|HSP 3810 - Fundraising Strategies for Nonprofit Organizations||3|
|HSP 4030 - Grantwriting for Social Change||3|
|HSP 4450 - Nonprofit Financial Management and Financing||3|
|Choose one of the following:|
|HSP 2760 - Social Media for Social Change||3|
|HSP 3860 - Social Entrepreneurship||3|
A grade of “C” or better is required for each course in this program to count toward the bachelor’s degree.
You must complete a minimum of 120 credit hours in order to graduate and 40 of those credit hours must be upper division (3000 or 4000 level).
Note: If you are on a catalog year prior to 2020, your required coursework will be different than the information presented here. See a department advisor to review a degree progress report to verify which classes you need to complete the program.
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