The Nonprofit Management Minor is a 21-credit interdisciplinary focus on nonprofit management and community development efforts. Students from all majors can use this minor to pursue their interests in all manner of philanthropy and community development in a variety of policy areas.
The Nonprofit Management Certificate is a 12-credit interdisciplinary focus on nonprofit management and community development effort. Students from all majors can use this certificate. The core NONPROF classes are
NONPROF 240 Introduction to Nonprofit Management
NONPROF 440 or ENGL 314 Funding for Nonprofits or Proposal Development
NONPROF 450 Volunteer Management and the Nonprofit
One communication class:
BUSCOM 201, CMGT 201, ENGL 202, or ENGL 302
- Get help with deciding on a degree/major, course planning and semester schedules through COBE Advising Services.
REGISTRAR’S OFFICE LINKS
- Gundars (Gundy) Kaupins
Department of Management
- Caile Spear
Department of Kinesiology
- Kara Brascia
Frequently Asked Questions
The class number is 493 and can be taken from any department as long it is with an approved nonprofit organization. See Caille Spear (email@example.com, 208-426-3656) for a visit concerning NONPROF 493
NONPROF 240 and NONPROF (KINES) 441 are offered in the summer and fall. NONPROF 440 and NONPROF 450 offered in the summer and spring.
Yes. The Student Nonprofit Organization. The organization helps students network with nonprofit agencies, network with fellow students interested in nonprofits, connect with the Idaho Nonprofit Center and Boise Metro Chamber Nonprofit Council, attend and support nonprofit conferences, promote nonprofit scholarships. For more information, contact Gundy Kaupins firstname.lastname@example.org or Kara Brascia email@example.com