The minor in non-profit organization management is an interdisciplinary minor designed to provide an understanding of the organization, financing and management issues in non-profit organizations. It is designed to complement majors in artistic, advocacy and educational endeavors. The minor provides practical, hands-on skills as well as discussion of the issues facing non-profit organizations.
Once admitted to the major, students must take COM 201 and COM 207 as soon as possible. An overall average of B in these two foundational courses is required. In all other courses counted toward fulfilling major or minor requirements, a minimum grade of C- is required.