URBS412 - BUILDING NON-PROFITS

This course will cover the basic elements of building and growing a non-profit organization, including the development of the mission and the board; needs assessment, program design, development, and management; financial management, contract compliance and understanding an audit; fundraising, public, foundation, corporate, and individual; communication and marketing; organizational administration (including staff and volunteer selection, management and development); public policy, research and advocacy. Students will make site visits and engage role play, in addition to research and writing. Note: This class first meets on Sept. 6th. Note: The first day of this class in Fall 2016 will be on Tuesday, Sept 6th. Class will not meet on Aug 30th.
Section 601 - LEC
T 0530PM-0830PM
GOLDMAN, GREG
MCNEIL BUILDING 582