Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
P A 9004
This course begins with an overview of the nonprofit sector and a segment highlighting the diversity of the nonprofit sector in the 21st Century. From there, it examines the historical roles and purposes of the nonprofit sector in democratic society and traces the evolution of the sector and its changing roles and purposes to current times. Explicit attention will be paid to the degree to which the roles that nonprofit organizations match expectations proffered by theories about what the sector's role ought to be. Students will spend time evaluating the interrelationship between the nonprofit sector and the government and business sector, including the impacts of those relationships on the sector's roles in democratic society. The course will also highlight key management issues of concern to nonprofit organizations.
|Dates||Days and Times||Location||Faculty|
|12/6/19-12/6/19||Fri, 6:00PM-9:00PM||DTC 626||Kevin Hickey|
|12/7/19-12/7/19||Sat, 9:00AM-5:00PM||DTC 626||Kevin Hickey|
Course fee: $345
* Class meets at the Downtown Campus in the Westfield San Francisco Centre, 835 Market Street.
|Refund Code||Full Refund||75% Refund||No Refund|
|CEL_2||Class dropped one day prior to class start day||Class dropped on class start day||Class dropped beyond class start day|
Last Update: Sep 19, 2019 10:59am