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MGT 5302 Management of Non-Profit OrganizationsThis course helps the student to comprehend the basic concepts and general principles of management in the context of churches and other non-profit organizations. Topics include the general background of modern management techniques and practices, cultural and social dimensions of managerial functions, leadership and decision-making, marketing, planning, and policy formulation. The course will explain the fundamental principles of managing a nonprofit, including creating a board of directors, staffing, fundraising and relationship with stakeholders. Emphasis is given to creative, real‑life approaches to the development and practice of management and administrative skills. 3 credits. Dr. Barry or Dr. Isaacs.
MGT 5303 Leadership and Organizational PlanningThis course introduces the basic principles of organizational leadership and organizational planning. It investigates the tasks and role of top management in achieving successful results in the planning, production and delivery of goods and services. It also examines the skills needed to manage and motivate employees, emphasizing the leadership skills required to deliver quality services in a nonprofit organization. Finally, this course discusses special topics related to international dimensions of organizational behavior and cross-cultural management. 3 credits. Dr. Isaacs.
MGT 5304 Leadership in the Social Sector: Part 1The first in a two-course sequence to prepare students for effective social action in their communities and leadership in the social sector. It focuses on leadership (including executive leadership, organizational culture and the strategic planning process). Students will gain an understanding of service and leadership for “the common good,” analyze the setting in which service takes place, actively participate in a community service setting and gain hands-on knowledge, skills and experience about a specific non-profit organization. 3 credits. Dr. Phillips or Dr. Isaacs.