Certificate in Nonprofit and Social Innovation
The Certificate in Nonprofit and Social Innovation provides students with high-impact educational opportunities that will equip them to contribute positively to nonprofit and social purpose organizations.
The certificate includes 13 hours of coursework and an internship with a social purpose organization (nonprofit or for profit) that will enhance a student’s undergraduate education to include preparation for occupations, service roles, and graduate study.
Organizations around the world are increasingly recognizing the importance of addressing societal challenges. This certificate allows students to contribute toward the goal of advancing the world’s prosperity.
BUSN 232 Resource Development / BUSN 205 (prior to Fall 2017) or BUSN 432 Strategic Philanthropy
BUSN 302 Nonprofit Perspectives or BUSN 302 Business to Solve Social Problems
MGMT 432 Managing Nonprofit Organization
Elective Courses (Choose 2):
BUSN 432 Strategic Philanthropy (application only)
MKTG 440 Services Marketing
MKTG 432 Corporate Social Responsibility
RPTS 308 Foundation of Comm. And Community Change
MGMT 460 Managing Projects
An internship with a social purpose organization (nonprofit or for-profit) is required. The internship does not need to be taken for academic credit. An internship completed for a student’s major (e.g., MGMT 484, MKTG 484, FINC 484, ISTM 484, SCMT 484 or ACCT 484) may be applied to this certificate provided it is with a social purpose organization (nonprofit or for-profit). The internship must offer meaningful, professional-level opportunities to apply business knowledge and skills.
Required Forms (Please return completed forms to the Undergraduate Program Office):
For more information email Kyle Gammenthaler email@example.com.