Minor in Nonprofit Management
Requirements for the Minor
The Minor in Nonprofit Management is open to all undergraduate students. Students must meet the minimum GPA requirement of 2.50/4.00 at the time of the application. Students must also consult their home colleges about the acceptability and applicability of College of Urban Planning and Affairs course credit toward their degrees.
Students who want to minor in nonprofit management must complete 15 semester hours, with at least 9 hours at he 200-level or above, and at least three courses taken at UIC.
A minimum GPA of 2.00/4.00 for the 15 hours of course work is required to complete the minor. For the minor, students must complete 15 semester hours as outlined below.
|PPOL 230||Nonprofit Organizations and Civil Society||3|
|PPOL 330||Introduction to Managing Public and Nonprofit Organizations||3|
|PPOL 430||Fundraising and Development for Nonprofit Organizations||3|
|Elective Courses a|
|Select two of the following courses:||6|
|Social Welfare State: Policies and Process|
|International Development Policy|
|Special Topics in Public Policy|
|Urban Policy and Metropolitan Governance|
|Social Justice and the City|
|Introduction to Social Justice: Stories and Struggles|
|Theories and Practices of Social Justice|
|Introduction to Entrepreneurship|
Students are encouraged to seek guidance from the director of undergraduate studies and/or the academic advisor in CUPPA in the selection of electives. These may be taken primarily in one department or across multiple departments.