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Minor in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Management

The Minor in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Management enables students to focus on the theoretical knowledge and practical competencies required for work in and with the nonprofit sector. The Minor provides the student with an in-depth, interdisciplinary perspective from business and public administration in considering issues critical to this sector.

Administered by: Faculty of Arts

To receive this Minor, students must complete six (6) courses from the following curriculum:

Required courses (2):

  • INP 900 Understanding the Nonprofit Sector
  • INP 901 Developing Effective Organizations

Plus four (4) of the following:

  • INP 912 Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations or MKT 100 Principles of Marketing
  • INP 913 Leading Through Change or MHR 650 Management of Change
  • INP 902 Evaluation for Nonprofits
  • INP 910 Strategic Planning for Nonprofits
  • INP 911 Advocacy and Gov't Relations: Nonprofits
  • INP 914 Diversity in Nonprofits
  • INP 915 Financial Management for Nonprofits
  • INP 916 Nonprofits on the Global Stage
  • INP 920 Critical Issues in the Nonprofit Sector

Please see  (PDF file) Senate Policy 2, Section 7.4 for further information about Minors.