University Catalog

Print Page

MPA 634. Nonprofit Financial Management

Credits: 3
Department: Political Science
Description: Debt management, pension fund management, capital improvement, idle fund investment, accounting practices specific to nonprofit organizations including accounting for volunteers and donations and remaining in nonprofit compliance.
Semester Offered: Odd Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Students will explain importance and purposes of non profit organization budgets.
2. Students will demonstrate ability to construct program, organization wide, capital, cash flow budgets.
3. Students will explain types/sources of funds: unrestricted, contract, grant, business income, asset generated, contributions and pledges, in-kind and how they are budgets.
4. Students will demonstrate determination and estimation of income, expenses by type of each (grants, etc.) and personnel, etc.
5. Student will explain fundamentals of cash flows.
6. Students will demonstrate their understanding of cash flows.
7. Students will demonstrate their knowledge of financial monitoring and reporting with construction of financial management report and show how modification, projections are made and explained.

The contents in this catalog and other university publications, policies, fees, bulletins or announcements are subject to change without notice and do not constitute an irrevocable contract between any student and St. Cloud State University.