Nonprofit Strategies and Operations - Minor
Minnesota has over 3,400 nonprofit employers! The nonprofit strategies and operations minor will help students in any major prepare for careers in the nonprofit sector, including at NGOs, government agencies, foundations, and private development initiatives. The program emphasizes skills and knowledge in understanding, facilitating, organizing, and conducting the work of a nonprofit organization. This minor is designed to create opportunities for students to foster social change through their work for a nonprofit organization.
Outside of the classroom, our department works to provide all students with opportunities to enhance their St. Kate’s experience and increase the value they bring to organizations after graduation. Therefore, internships at nonprofit organizations are a common complement to this minor. Students are encouraged to do internships throughout their coursework while enrolled in this program.
This minor is offered in the College for Women only.
|NPSO 2100||Intro to the Nonprofit Sector||4|
|NPSO 3050||Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations||4|
|NPSO 4300||Development and Fundraising for Social Service Organizations||4|
|or SOWK 4300||Development and Fundraising for Social Service Organizations|
|Choose two of the following:||8|
|Quantitative Impact Evaluation: Applied Research Skills|
|Social Policy for Social Change|