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MPA 632. Nonprofit Revenue Leadership and Management

Credits: 3
Department: Political Science
Description: Examines philanthropic philosophy and practice of giving to nonprofit service organizations and foundations, use of volunteers, fundraising, service delivery contracts and user fees as resources for nonprofit organizations.
Semester Offered: Even Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Students will evaluate the philosophy of philanthropic outreach.
2. Students will analyze methods to identify potential volunteers and recruitment strategies.
3. Students will describe training and use of volunteers.
4. Students will explain the requirements nonprofit organizations have to serve volunteers ethically and to account for the time and effort.
5. Students will describe and evaluate structures of fundraising, identification of donors, solicitation, and management of fundraising efforts.
6. Students will evaluate use of government contracts for delivered services from perspective of obtaining contracts, maintenance of contracts and whether contracts for services are worth the effort.
7. Students will assess fees for services for cost, price, and accountability.

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