Fundamentals of Finance for Non-profit and Public Sector Management
Winter 2018 and Spring 2018 quarters
One common trait shared by successful non-profit and public sector managers is their ability to develop and strengthen the financial sustainability and management capability of their organizations, and to assess the impacts of economic public policy measures on the daily operation of their businesses. This two-quarter program will provide fundamental knowledge and skills in the areas of business management, economic policy, finance and accounting for non-profit and public sector organizations.
Students will have the opportunity to explore the issues, challenges and opportunities arising from working in the field of non-profit and public sector management, and to investigate several key aspects of the non-profit business management, specifically, funding proposal development, accounting, finance and leadership development. We will discuss topics related to the economic policy issues that affect the financial sustainability of non-profit social enterprises, such as banking and monetary policy, taxation and globalization.
This program is intended for students interested in the fields of non-profit and public-sector management, public finance, accounting, and leadership development. Case studies and program learning practicum will center on non-profit and public sector organizations both domestic and international. This program will also include an in-service learning component (1 hour per week) with a local non-profit organization or public institution.
Fields of Studybusiness and management economics international studies
Non-profit and public sector management, organizational development, social entrepreneurship and financial management.
QuartersWinter Open Spring Open
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Online LearningEnhanced Online Learning
|2017-07-06||New Winter/Spring offering added|