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University of Oregon

International Nonprofit Management

PCA Description

This concentration emphasizes building practical skills while developing a deeper understanding of the distinctive characteristics of nonprofit organizations, and the global aid and development assistance context in which successful organizations must function. Students choosing this concentration are aiming towards a successful career in public service and philanthropic organizations that are both soundly managed and socially responsible, and may specialize in a specific area, such as social policy, event management, public service announcement campaigns or human and natural resources.

Courses

Required:

PPPM 480       Nonprofit Management

 

And one of the following two: 

INTL 420        International Community Development *Requires INTL 240 as a pre-requisite.

INTL 422        Aid to Developing Countries *Requires INTL 240 as a pre-requisite.

 

Electives: Any of the above or,

AAD 420         Event Management

BA 316            Management: Creating Value through People (Prereq: BA 101)

BA 317            Marketing: Creating Value for Customers (Prereq: BA 101)

BA 318            Finance: Creating Value through Capital (Prereq: BA 101,BA 215)

EC 330            Urban & Regional Economic Problems (Prereq: EC 201,EC202)

EC 340            Issues in Public Economics (Prereq: EC 201, EC202)

EC 333            Resource & Environmental Economic Issues (Prereq: EC 201)

EC 390            Problems & Issues in Developing Economies (Prereq: EC 201, EC202)

INTL 420        International Community Development *Requires INTL 240 as a pre-requisite.

INTL 422        Aid to Developing Countries *Requires INTL 240 as a pre-requisite.

INTL 431        Cross-cultural communication

J 340    Principles of Advertising

J 350    Principles of public relations

PPPM 280       Intro to the Nonprofit Sector

PPPM 325       Community Leadership & Change (Fall)

PPPM 327       Global Leadership and Change

PPPM 422       Grant writing

PPPM 455       Social Planning & Policy

PPPM 481       Resource Development for Nonprofit Organizations

PPPM 494       Practice of Leadership & Change (Winter)