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Business Administration Division

Minor: NonProfit Management

This minor is designed to prepare students for leadership positions in the nonprofit sector. The curriculum focuses on the managerial aspects of working in a nonprofit organization and includes service-learning courses and an internship.

Nonprofit Management Minor Requirements

Core Courses:

Course IDCourse NameUnitsTerm
BA 220
or

AC 224

Accounting and Finance for non-Business Majors (non-Business Administration Division majors ONLY)
Financial Accounting (accounting, business administration, international business and contract finance majors MUST take this in place of BA 220)
4


4

F,SP


F,SP

NPM 301 Management of Nonprofit Organizations 3 SP
NPM 302 Financial Development for Nonprofit Organizations 3 F

GSGS 595

     or

SAAJ 324

 Experiential Learning (with a nonprofit organization)

 

 Social Action and Justice Colloquium IV

 4

 

4

 F,SP

 

F,SP


Leadership Course:

Course IDCourse NameUnitsTerm
BA 598 Service Leadership Project (Senior year only) 4 F, SP

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Elective Courses:

Choose one or more of the following courses:

Course IDCourse NameUnitsTerm
BA 352 Management Theory and Practice 3 F,SP
BA 354 Human Resources Management 4 F,SP
BA 366 Organizational Behavior 3 F,SP
BA 592 Community-Based Research in the Nonprofit Sector 3 SP
EDUC 351 Child and Adolescent Development 4 -
PSYC 322 Lifespan Developmental Psychology 4 -
SOC 436 Juvenile Delinquency 4 -
SW 200 Introduction to Social Work 4 -
SW 300 Social Welfare Policy Analysis 4 -


The above program requirements are excerpted from the Seaver College catalog. This web page is not an official binding document. To view the actual catalog visit: http://seaver.pepperdine.edu/academics/catalog

Please email your questions about the nonprofit management minor to the .

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