The interdisciplinary major in Nonprofit Leadership is designed to prepare students for professional careers in the nonprofit sector. The major builds on the Academic Core Curriculum and leads to a (BA) degree. Students are encouraged to choose a second language related to their nonprofit interests for the language requirement. Students who earn a BS degree in conjunction with the first major may earn a second major in Nonprofit Leadership by fulfilling the academic core requirements for the BS degree and all nonprofit major requirements.
ACC 111 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting (4) BUS 202 Principles of Management (4) BUS 231 Business Law and Ethics (4) BUS 305 Marketing Principles (4) COM 260 Organizational Communication (4) LSP 100 Introduction to Philanthropy, Volunteerism & Nonprofit Sector (2) LSP 250 Leadership: Cornerstone Course (2) LSP 270 Nonprofit Governance & Volunteer Management (2) LSP 320 Nonprofit Board and Committee Development (2) LSP 360 Nonprofit Advocacy and Public Policy (2) LSP 401 Nonprofit Law and Risk Management (3) LSP 460 Financial Development for Nonprofit Organizations (3)
Electives must be selected from the following list to total a minimum of 44 hours in the major:
BUS 455 Advanced Consulting (4) ENG 220 Business Writing (4) LSP 210 Nonprofit Leadership Special Topics (1) LSP 261 Nonprofit Leadership Association (0.5) LSP 390 Meeting Facilitation and Strategic Planning (2) LSP 475 Nonprofit Leadership: Internship (3) LSP 490 Nonprofit Leadership Institute - PMC (1) PSY 305 Developmental Psychology: Childhood (2) PSY 306 Developmental Psychology: Adolescence (2) SVL 101 Meeting Human Needs and Alleviating Suffering (2) SVL 201 Strategies and Resources for Meeting Human Needs (2)