NPM-670: Critical Issues in Nonprofit Management (3 credits): Critical Issues in Nonprofit Management addresses current nonprofit management issues and trends that have both immediate and emerging impact on the U.S. civil sector. The course will cover issues of governance (accountability, transparency, and responsibility), performance management, and infrastructure development. It will also address new approaches to marketing, public relations, and development activities. Keeping in mind the contemporary economic environment, the course will examine new revenue streams for nonprofits in terms of their utility and long-term effects. The major goal of this course is to provide students with benchmarking theories and practical tools that will allow them to analyze contemporary management challenges and construct innovative solutions.
This is an online academic, graduate level class.
Thomas Edison State University is New Jersey’s public, fully accredited, online university created to meet the needs of adult learners.
Who should take this class? Staff, board members and volunteers of nonprofit organizations, and consultants interested in getting a solid base for their career in the nonprofit sector, and learn how nonprofits are led by staff and boards.
This class may be taken independently, as part of Thomas Edison’s Graduate Certificate in Strategic Planning and Board Leadership for Nonprofits or the Masters of Public Service Leadership.
For more information, Contact: Ann Prime-Monaghan, Associate Dean of the Watson School of Public Service, firstname.lastname@example.org, 609-777-4351 x221
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